Croatian Chief State Attorney Dražen Jelenić and the Chief Prosecutor of the Russian Federation Jurij J. Čaika spoke in Zagreb about strengthening the fight against crime and protection of human rights and freedoms. The two exchanged experiences in using information technologies and applying the Council of the EU decree in regards to founding an Office of a European Public Prosecutor.
The chief prosecutors from Croatia and Russia held their working meeting within the framework of the Program for Cooperation between the Republic of Croatia’s State Attorney’s Office and the General Prosecution of the Russian Federation between 2017 and 2019, in accordance with a memorandum on cooperation between the state attorneys aimed at strengthening and further developing their cooperation, reported the Croatian State Attorney’s Office on its website.
At the working meeting issues were discussed that represent mutual interests within the framework of their jurisdictions and in accordance with legislative and international obligations of the respective states, with an aim to achieve results in the field of the fight against Crime and the protection of human rights and freedoms.
Experiences were exchanged on the use of information technology in the work of state attorneys’ offices in the two countries, as well as the normative framework for future international cooperation related to the application of the Council of the EU’s decree from October 12th, 2017, regarding the founding of an Office for a European Public Prosecutor.
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