The Public Prosecution Office (PPO) of Dresden, the Saxon State Office of Criminal Investigation (SSOCI) and the PPO of Vilnius conducted a successful six-year investigation, ‘Operation Warenagent’, into organised cyber fraud, delivering a major hit against an international organised criminal group (OCG). Eurojust and Europol provided support to the national authorities throughout the investigations.
An important step towards completing the Energy Union: through diversification of sources and competition, EU citizens will get a wider range of choices and stronger energy security.
Applicants must be 18 years old on 1 July 2018, EU citizens and prepared to travel this summer.
EIB confirms EUR 35 million support for new emergency oil reserve facility.
The purpose of the workshop “Energy storytelling: why stories matter to scientists and policy-makers in energy policy” is to address the growing gap between scientists and EU-citizens when it comes to understanding the science behind- and the relevance of- energy, climate, and transport to our everyday lives.
A press release by the European Commission is also available.
Europol and the Centre for Climate Crime Analysis (CCCA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at reinforcing their efforts to address environmental crimes, especially those that have an impact on climate change.
As Galileo moves closer to full services, an international group of young professionals gathered to discuss how space has entered the mainstream in our daily culture.
New statistics for EU trade with these countries for 2017 have been published.