The EU Commission proposed on Monday to give the authority more options for collecting, storing and sharing evidence. “We need to strengthen Eurojust to ensure it has the necessary tools to deal with the scale of the atrocities in Ukraine,” said European Commission Vice Vera Jourova.
According to the EU Commission’s proposal, Eurojust should in future be able to collect, analyze and secure evidence. In addition, the authority should be able to process data such as videos, audios and satellite images and share them with other authorities. The EU states and the European Parliament now have to negotiate the proposal.