Prosecutors General

The Prosecutors General of the Baltic Sea States network focuses their work on prosecution-related issues such as: the mutual legal assistance and extradition in criminal matters, trafficking in human beings; and environmental crime in the Baltic Sea Region.

The 13th Conference of Public Prosecutors General of the Baltic Sea States met on 30 September - 2 October 2009 in the Hanseatic City of Lübeck, hosted by the Federal Ministry of Justice, the Schleswig-Holstein Ministry for Justice, Labour and European Affairs, and the Ministry of Justice of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. The Conference Resolution is available to download on the right hand side.

The 14th Conference of the Prosecutors General of the Baltic Sea States was held in Helsinki 3 - 4 November 2010, hosted by the Office of Prosecutor General of Finland.  The Conference Conclusions are available to download on the right hand side.

The 15th Conference of Prosecutor Generals of the Baltic Sea States will be held in Stockholm on 15-16 February 2012, hosted by the Office of Prosecutor General of Sweden.

In addition to the high-level conferences, a specific network on environmental crimes, ENPRO, has been established. This network was first chaired by Finland, and in the 14th Prosecutors General meeting it was decided that Germany will take over the chairmanship of that particular network. For more information on ENPRO, see the document that is available for downloading on the right hand side.

 

 

 

 
 
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