European Delegated Prosecutors in Croatia begin work in new premises

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Today, European Delegated Prosecutors in Croatia began working in new, completely renovated premises. In this way, the conditions for the operational work of European Delegated Prosecutors in the Republic of Croatia are fully ensured.

The Minister for Justice and Public Administration, Mr Ivan Malencina, the State Attorney General of the Republic of Croatia, Ms Zlata Hrvoj-Šipek, and the Head of USKOK (Croatia’s Office for the Suppression of Corruption and Organised Crime), Ms Vanja Marušić, were present at the handover of the building.

On this occasion, a meeting was held with the State Attorney General of the Republic of Croatia and the Head of USKOK, during which the ways of future cooperation were agreed, as provided by the EPPO Regulation.

 

The Minister of Justice and Public Administration, Mr Ivan Malenica, the Head of USKOK, Ms Vanja Marušić, the State Attorney General of the Republic of Croatia, Ms Zlata Hrvoj-Šipek, the EDP, Ms Sani Ljubičić, EP – Ms Tamara Laptoš, the EDP – Mr Tomislav Kamber

From left: Croatia's Minister for Justice and Public Administration, Mr Ivan Malenica; the Head of USKOK, Ms Vanja Marušić; State Attorney General for the Republic of Croatia, Ms Zlata Hrvoj-Šipek; European Delegated Prosecutor, Ms Sani Ljubičić; European Prosecutor, Ms Tamara Laptoš; European Delegated Prosecutor, Mr Tomislav Kamber

 

EPPO office Croatia, new premises
New premises