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EurojustEuropean Judical Cooperation Unit
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The new Counter-Terrorism Register launched today will enable them to do so more efficiently and effectively, as Eurojust will be able to better detect links between terrorist cases in different Member States and provide timely and proactive feedback to national authorities as well as follow-up measures needed.
The Counter-Terrorism Register will be managed by Eurojust, the EU Judicial Cooperation Unit, located in The Hague.
The meeting was a chance to discuss ongoing activities related to the accession of Bosnia and Herzegovina to EUROJUST structures, with a focus on EU standards in the protection of personal data in cooperation with EUROJUST and international legal assistance, as well as the activities of the Prosecutor's Office of BiH in this segment.
Eurojust said the massive operation was the biggest of its kind in Europe.
"This aggressive, mafia-style organised criminal group is one of the most powerful criminal networks in the world, and controls much of Europe's cocaine trade, combined with systematic money laundering, bribery and violent acts," the Eurojust statement read.
"I consider the signing of the agreement extremely important because it will serve as a base for exchanging and gathering information leading to clarifying the case and revealing the perpetrator or perpetrators," iznar said, as quoted by TASR.Proposal of agreement sent in MarchEurojust was actively participating in forming the team, according to its head and the national member of Slovakia in Eurojust, Ladislav Hamran.
During the meeting held at the Eurojust premises in The Hague, Hamran voiced readiness to have the desired level of cooperation with the Iranian side in various fields, such as determining judicial contact point with Eurojust, exchange of judicial delegations, following up on special cases, as well as organizing training workshops for Iranian law students, university professors, and lawyers.
This volume examines the role of the European Union and its criminal justice agencies (Europol and Eurojust) in addressing transnational environmental crime, particularly in supporting and coordinating the national authorities dealing with investigations and prosecutions on transnational environmental crime.
"Eurojust is a contact point for the French and Tunisian judiciary authorities," he pointed out, specifying that this institution allows the judges of various countries concerned by a file to get together and devise a joint strategy of investigation in this file.
EuroJust president Michele Coninsx said the report was an "alarm call" about the impact of wildlife crime.
The main purpose of the visit was to expand mutually beneficial cooperation with the Eurojust parties and study their experience in the sphere of holding probes into cross-border and organized crimes.