Declassified Council reports on cybercrime (Greece, Slovenia) and financial crime (Malta)
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The Council of the EU has recently declassified a number of reports setting out the findings of evaluations on "the practical implementation and operation of European policies on prevention and combating cybercrime" in the Greece and Slovenia; and "financial crime and financial investigations" in Malta.
They accompany other recently-declassified reports on the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland (cybercrime) and Ireland (financial crime).
Evaluation report on the seventh round of mutual evaluations "The practical implementation and operation of European policies on prevention and combating cybercrime" - reports on Greece (14581/1/16, pdf) and Slovenia (14586/1/16, pdf)
Evaluation report on the fifth round of mutual evaluations "financial crime and financial investigations" - report on Malta (14069/10, pdf)
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