• Daniela Mascheva, a public prosecutor at the Supreme Cassation Public Prosecutor

    Daniela Mascheva, a public prosecutor at the Supreme Cassation Public Prosecutor's Office for the Republic of Bulgaria, opening the seminar in Sofia

  • Participants in the seminar in Sofia

    Participants in the seminar in Sofia

  • Presentation of the general framework in Bulgaria and Romania: Michaela Romana Gradinariu, public prosecutor at the district prosecutor

    Presentation of the general framework in Bulgaria and Romania: Michaela Romana Gradinariu, public prosecutor at the district prosecutor's office in Cluj, Romania (left) and Daniela Mascheva (right)

  • Discussions during the seminar in Sofia

    Discussions during the seminar in Sofia

Two seminars held in Sofia and Plovdiv as part of the EU victim support project

On 12 and 13 May in Sofia and on 16 and 17 May in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, the first two training seminars were held for the "Enhancing the efficiency of the public prosecutor's offices of Bulgaria and Romania in the field of dealing with victims of crime and promoting their cooperation with local and foreign victim support organisations" project. During these seminars, Bulgarian, Romanian and German public prosecutors were trained in how to deal with victims of crime in a respectful, non-discriminatory and professional way in accordance with Directive 2012/29/EU of the European Parliament and the European Council. Bulgarian investigators, police officers and representatives of victim support organisations in Sofia and Plovdiv also took part in the event.

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