On 18th January 2018 EULEX donated to Kosovo Customs eight Contraband Team Inspection Kits, which will be used by the Customs Officers to enhance border and internal control operations.
EULEX strongly condemns the act of criminal terror that ended the life of Oliver Ivanovic today.
Today, the Joint Rule of Law Coordination Board held its regular meeting that was organized for the first time by the Kosovo Prosecutorial Council (KPC) and chaired by the Chair of the KPC, Mr. Blerim Isufaj.
A more effective prosecution of organised crime and high level corruption was the focus of the two-day workshop managed by EULEX Executive Division experts in cooperation with the Kosovo Academy of Justice.
A comprehensive communications strategy to ensure meaningful two way dialogue between the police and the community at all levels is one of the fundamental principles of modern day policing.
In today’s digital world, even a click on the internet can expose you to various types of virtual dangers and cybercrime. This has drastically increased the need to build and enhance existing capacities within relevant justice authorities to fight dark internet markets and organised crime.
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Yesterday, EULEX Head of Mission Ms. Alexandra Papadopoulou met with the Missing Persons Resource Centre (MPRC) co-chairs, Mr.Bajram Qerkini and Mr. Milorad Trifunović, at the EULEX Headquarters in Pristina. EULEX subject matter experts were also present.
The Missing Persons Resource Centre, an NGO established in March 2017, is focused on coordinating the activities of the families of missing persons in Kosovo in their quest to shed light on the fate of their loved ones. The Centre is supported by UNMIK.
EULEX has been contributing to Kosovo’s search for the missing with a team of forensic experts who work in the Institute of Forensic Medicine within the Kosovo Ministry of Justice. Their efforts to help local authorities determine the fate of the missing are ongoing. In parallel, over the past years, EULEX has been training the local field team to conduct site assessments and exhumations.