Cooperation Between Eurojust and Georgia

On 29 March 2019, Eurojust and Georgia signed a cooperation agreement to strengthen their fight against cross-border organised crime.

The agreement allows for Eurojust and Georgia to exchange judicial information and personal data in criminal investigations and prosecutions across Europe and gives Georgia access to Eurojust’s information systems. Furthermore, Georgia will be able to appoint a Liaison Officer to Eurojust.

The cooperation agreement is the first one signed between Eurojust and a State of the South Caucasus region.

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Cornelia Riehle LL.M.

Academy of European Law (ERA)

Criminal Law

Deputy Head of Section