In 2014, the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) achieved excellent results in the fight against fraud across Europe. OLAF completed a high number of investigations while continuing to reduce their overall duration. It issued a record number of recommendations in over five years. The Office recommended the recovery of EUR 901 million, which should progressively return to the EU budget and help fund other projects. The results reported for 2014 confirm that OLAF has become increasingly efficient over the last years, bringing tangible results for EU taxpayers.
The Head of the Central Anticorruption Bureau and the Director of the Special Investigation Service of the Republic of Lithuania signed a cooperation agreement.
Special Investigation Service (STT) hosted a visit of the representatives from the Commission on Ethics of the Republic of Armenia.
Today, the Special Investigation Service received a visit of Members of Parliament of the Montenegro.