Efficient cooperation with the Public Prosecutor`s Office of North Macedonia

Efficient cooperation with the Public Prosecutor`s Office of North Macedonia

On September 23, the Countering Serious Crime in the Western Balkans – IPA 2019 project team based in North Macedonia met Mr. Ljubomir Joveski, Public Prosecutor of the Republic of North Macedonia to discuss the potentials of future cooperation. The novelties of the current project phase (7.2020-6.2023) were presented to Mr. Joveski, including the possibilities to submit project ideas in response to the Technical Assistance Facility Call for proposals, project’s support to the NMK EUROJUST Liaison Public Prosecutor and project’s intent to enhance the collaboration between the Public Prosecution Offices in the Western Balkan and relevant EU networks. Mr. Joveski warmly welcomed the team and the new project phase while stressing the importance of project support to the work of the PPO office and commending the efficient cooperation undertaken so far. 

State Prosecutor BiH meets project representatives

State Prosecutor BiH meets project representatives

The State Prosecutor of the Prosecution Office BiH, Gordana Tadic, met with representatives of the Project Countering Serious Crime in the Western Balkans – IPA 2019 with the objective to sum up activities and achieved results from the previous phase which was financed by IPA 2017, as well as to plan the future activities in BiH, in cooperation with countries of the Western Balkans and in cooperation with EU institutions and networks of importance for the fight against OC.

The State Prosecutor spoke with the leaving resident EU prosecutor of this project the new resident EU prosecutor, together with the legal advisor for BiH.

The CSCWB – IPA 2019 project is of high importance for the PPO BiH and for the rule of law process, especially for the prosecutors and empoloyees of the Special Devision for OC, economic crime and corruption, which are actively participating in numerous international operations aiming to fight cross-border crime, together with partner institutions from regional countries and the EU.