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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.