EU Institutions Subcommittee
The purpose of this subcommittee is to promote a continuous and constant update on the innovative elements and perspectives for the development of EPPO in the different EU institutions, as well as to ensure fruitful cooperation in the exchange of information and to develop strategies for combating financial crimes of interest to the EU.
Principal Legal Officer at the EPPO Legal Service
European Public Prosecutor for Czech Republic, specialising in PIF crime, cybercrime, and combating the financing of terrorism
Francisco Fonseca Morillo
Direttore dell’Istituto di Studi Europei e dell’Università di Valladolid ed Ex vicedirettore generale della DG Giustizia presso la Commissione europea.
Author: Florin-Razvan Radu Committee: Eu institutions Committee Date: 23/11/2023 On 1 November 2023 entered into force the amendments to the Irish Mutual Legal Assistance Act (2008) that made possible the cooperation in criminal matters between the Republic of Ireland...
According to the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO), the European Commission and the European anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) failed to estimate the EU fraud cases: 90% of fraud with EU money is undetected.
Author: Petr Klement, Florin-Razvan Radu, Miriam Testa Committee: Eu Institutions Committee Date: 23/11/2023 On the 5th July 2021, in Luxemburg, the OLAF’s Chief, Ville Itälä, and the EPPO’s Chief, Laura Kövesi, signed an important working arrangement to cooperate and...
Cooperation between the EPPO and Denmark: Working arrangement concluded with the Danish Ministry of Justice
Author: Radu Florin Razvan Subcommittee: EU institution Date: 25/09/2023 On 31 August 2023 came into effect the Working Arrangement on cooperation between the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) and the Ministry of Justice of the Kingdom of Denmark, done at...
Standard form for MLA requests under the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement Date of preparation: 25 September 2023 Author: Radu...
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