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Following the decision to evoke the national criminal case, and having conducted the investigation, the European Public Prosecutor's Office in the Republic of Croatia has filed indictment against an owner of a family farm.

Ten locations in Bucharest, Ilfov and Giurgiu regions in Romania were searched today, 28 April 2022, at the request of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO). The searches were conducted as part of an ongoing investigation into alleged fraud concerning European funds of more than €3 million, with links to Cyprus, Portugal and Spain.

The European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) has taken note of the decision of 28 March 2022 by the Fiscal General del Estado to divide the competence over the same facts between the Fiscalia Anticorrupcion and the EPPO. The EPPO is of the view that this decision is not in line with EU law and will continue its investigation.

The EPPO regrets the controversy that has arisen concerning the competence adjudication over a particular case in Spain. As a general rule, the EPPO does not comment on specific cases but considers that this particular one has broader implications.