Cooperation among the General Prosecution Offices of the Visegrád Four has been of high-importance, continuous and smooth for many years. At this year's meeting held in Brno, the Czech Republic, participants adopted a Declaration on the fight against cybercrime and the criminal protection of cultural property.
The meeting with a long tradition was hosted by Brno on 23-24 May 2023, and it was attended by delegations led by Slovak Prosecutor General Maroš Žilinka, Czech Prosecutor General Igor Stříž, Polish Prosecutor General Dariusz Barski and Hungarian Prosecutor General Péter Polt Dr.
The topic of the event focused on current challenges in the fight against cybercrime and the protection of cultural property through criminal law.
The Parties adopted a Declaration at the end of the meeting, underlining their determination to support appropriate legal and technical measures in the fight against cybercrime. They also consider it necessary to develop further international judicial cooperation in such matters.
The participants agreed that it is essential to expand the possibilities for criminal law cooperation on the seizure and the recovery of cultural property in order to protect it, both within the European Union and with other countries in the world.
Cooperation among the General Prosecution Offices of the Visegrád Four has been of high-importance, continuous and smooth for many years.