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Artikkel16 oktoober 2020Euroopa Pettustevastane Amet

Improved working arrangements with Europol

16/10/2020

The European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) and Europol have agreed new working arrangements that will further improve the exchange of information between the two bodies and facilitate their joint work on the protection of the EU’s financial interests. Ville Itälä, Director-General of OLAF, said: “These new working arrangements are the latest step in our long running cooperation with Europol in the fight against international organised crime and other forms of serious crime and their possible link to illegal activities affecting the EU’s financial interests. OLAF now has access to Europol’s Secure Information Exchange Network Application (SIENA) which will significantly improve the way we work with Europol, bringing a quicker and more efficient exchange of operational and strategic information.”

 

 

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16 oktoober 2020
Autor
Euroopa Pettustevastane Amet
News type
OLAF news article