The European Council (EU) endorsed a new law to boost digital information exchange in terrorism cases between national authorities and Eurojust.
This law aims to streamline the exchange of investigative data and prosecution efforts related to terrorism, ensuring that member state authorities and EU agencies have access to comprehensive and up-to-date information.
The adoption of this law represents a qualitative leap in terms of information sharing between the member states and Eurojust and will allow for significant progress in the prosecution of terrorism offences Pilar Llop, Spain’s acting minister for justice said.
The EU asserts that the regulation adopted today will remedy these shortcomings and allow Eurojust to play a stronger role in supporting coordination and cooperation between national authorities investigating and prosecuting terrorist offences.
Source: Oman News Agency