The judicial academies of Visegrad 'V4' countries decided in 2019 to organize joint training sessions. The Hungarian Prosecution Service undertook the task to arrange the session dealing with the fight against cybercrime, corruption and money laundering.
Between 20th and 22nd of September, Czech, Polish, Slovakian and Hungarian prosecutors and judges were the guests of the Hungarian Prosecution Service. The three-day-long online seminar covered the challenges, best practices and new trends in combating cybercrime, corruption and money laundering.
Prosecutor General Péter Polt also delivered a lecture on the history of the international cooperation in criminal matters and on the roles of e-evidence in criminal procedures.