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News and Events

Improving International Cooperation on Cybercrime

Tbilisi/ Georgia, 14-16 of December, 2015 - Mrs. Snejana Maleeva, Director for Legal and Internal Affairs of SELEC, participated in the Second International Meeting organised by the Council of Europe in the framework of the project CyberCrime@EAP II on Improving International Cooperation on Cybercrime in the Eastern Partnership region.

The meeting brought together more than 40 criminal justice officials and experts on cybercrime. The main goal of the meeting and of the project is to support countries of the Eastern Partnership region in developing stronger institutional structures and improved capacity for handling police-to-police cooperation and mutual legal assistance, in line with the provisions of the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime.

Mrs. Snejana Maleeva made an extensive presentation about the role, structure and functions of SEEPAG and SELEC, underlining that SEEPAG is a successful example of judicial cooperation in the Southeast European region for more than twelve years. Mrs. Maleeva also mentioned the activities and results of SELEC in the framework of its Financial and Computer Crime Task Force.

The project Cybercrime EAP II implemented by the Council of Europe aims to optimize the regional and international cooperation on cybercrime and electronic evidence in the participating countries, namely Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine.












European Judicial Network plenary session

The 45th plenary meeting of the European Judicial Network (EJN) took place in Luxembourg, in the period 18-20 November 2015, with the participation of EJN contact points from the EU Member States, EU associated and candidates’ countries, as well as representatives from Eurojust, the European Commission, the General Secretariat of the Council of the EU and partner organizations, including SEEPAG, which was represented by Mrs. Snejana MALEEVA, Director for Legal and Internal Affairs.

The main topic of the meeting was “Procedural rights in judicial cooperation in criminal matters”. Furthermore, practical matters on the so-called ABC Directives: Directive on the Right to Interpretation and Translation in Criminal Proceedings (2010/64/EU), Directive on the Right to Information in Criminal Proceedings (2012/13/EU), and Directive on the right to have access to a lawyer in criminal proceedings and the right to communicate upon arrest (2013/48/EU) were discussed during the session.

The European Judicial Network is a network of national contact points. The role of the network is to improve, facilitate and speed up international judicial cooperation and ensure the proper execution of mutual legal assistance and mutual recognition requests, as well as to assist in establishing direct contacts between competent judicial authorities.

Visit of the participants to the European Policy for Security and Defense Course

Bucharest, October 28, 2015 - In the framework of the training course organized by the Romanian National Internal Affairs College jointly with the European College of Security and Defense a group of 45 participants paid a visit to SELEC Headquarters being welcomed by Mr. Gürbüz Bahadir, SELEC Director General.

The participants from EU Member States, EU institutions and third states included in European Neighborhood Policy were briefed about the work and achievements of SELEC, its mission and functioning, as well as about SEEPAG, its role and structure, during the meeting being underlined the fact that SELEC is a unique organization that brings together police, customs and the judiciary.


ICMPD Lebanon delegation’s visit

Bucharest, October 27, 2015 - A delegation from International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) Lebanon paid a study visit to SELEC Headquarters within the project “Integrated Border Management- IBM Lebanon”. The participants were provided with an extensive description of SELEC’s structure and activities, as well as about the involvement of the prosecutors from SEEPAG in the successful and efficient functioning of SELEC.


Having in view that the mandate of ICMPD is related to the migration phenomenon, the discussions were focused on the SELEC operations and results obtained in the framework of the Task Force Mirage on Countering Trafficking in Human Beings and Illegal Migration which is coordinated by Romania.

The International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) is an international organization created with the purpose to promote innovative, comprehensive and sustainable migration policies and to function as a service exchange mechanism for governments and organizations.


Official Visit

Bucharest, September 15, 2015 - A GCC-Criminal Information Center to Combat Drugs’ delegation consisting of 4 representatives (Brigadier Saqr Rashid Al Meraikhi, Director of the GCC-CICCD, Mubaruk Bin Hawial Al Merry, Adviser to the Director, Lt. Colonel Yaqoub  Saleimeen Al Habsy, Liaison Officer from Sultanate of Oman, and Saeed Musleh AlDubiea, Head of the Arab and international cooperation unit) paid a visit to SELEC Headquarters on 15th of September 2015, being welcomed by Mr. Gürbüz Bahadir, Director General of SELEC, and Ms. Snejana Maleeva, Director for Legal and Internal Affairs.

GCC - Criminal Information Center to Combat Drugs was set up in 2007 with its headquarters located in Doha, State of Qatar. The Center was established in recognition of the serious threats resulting from the illicit trafficking of drugs in the region and complying with the aspirations of the member states for upgrading and unifying their systems of information exchange.
The mission of the organization is to develop and enhance cooperation and coordination between member states in combating drugs and psychotropic substances and chemical precursors and related crimes. The member states are: United Arab Emirates, Kingdom of Bahrain, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Sultanate of Oman, State of Qatar and State of Kuwait.

On this occasion, the guests were briefed about SELEC and SEEPAG successful activities, including discussions on future enhancement of the cooperation between the two organizations on fields of common interest.



44th Plenary Meeting of the European Judicial Network

Riga/Latvia, June 28-30, 2015 - Mrs. Snejana Maleeva, Director for Legal and Internal Affairs of SELEC, attended the 44th Plenary Meeting of the European Judicial Network, which took place in Riga/ Latvia on 28th - 30th of June 2015, under the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, gathering more than 120 participants.

SEEPAG network is part of the Vilnius Memorandum adopted in 2013 which envisages the need for enhancing the collaboration and improving the interconnection between the European Judicial Network and similar judicial cooperation networks in criminal matters.

During the meeting, the discussions also emphasized that the fight against transnational crime, and organized crime in particular, can only be tackled through global, coordinated action which requires close judicial cooperation between countries, including through efficiently working judicial networks.

SEEPAG Overview

The Southeast European Prosecutors Advisory Group is an international mechanism of judicial cooperation, formed by the countries of the SEE region with an express intention of facilitating judicial cooperation in significant trans-border crime investigations and cases...
Signing the SEEPAG basic documents

The 4th SEEPAG Conference was held in Belgrade on December 14-15, and brought together the SEEPAG delegates as well as representatives of the various international institutions. The Conference had two main results...
Southeast European Law Enforcement Center (SELEC)

SECI Center European Judicial Network Regional Cooperation Council

Upcoming events

The 27th SEEPAG Conference having as a topic "Joint investigation teams" is planned to be held in May 2016, in the framework of the Montenegrin Chairmanship.