Georgia is the first in S. Caucasus becoming member of Eurojust

The signing ceremony was held in the Hague today. Photo: Justice Ministry press office., 29 Mar 2019 - 17:28, Tbilisi,Georgia

Georgia has become the first country in the South Caucasus which  signed an agreement with the EU agency Eurojust , created in 2002 to help EU member and several non-member countries cooperate more effectively to combat terrorism and serious crimes, the Georgian Justice Ministry reports.

Negotiations regarding the agreement kicked off in 2015 which was led by Justice Ministry from Georgia.

The final document was signed in the Hague earlier today by Georgian Justice Minister Thea Tsulukiani, Chief Prosecutor Shalva Tadumadze and the head of Eurojust Ladislav Hamran.