Special AGERPRES correspondent, Florin Stefan, reports: The decision to appoint Laura Codruta Kovesi at the helm of the future European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO) was signed on Wednesday during a ceremony that took place at the headquarters of the European Parliament by the EP President David Sassoli and the Finnish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Tytti Tuppurainen, on behalf of the Council
Police on Sunday intervened in two cinemas in Athens to remove minors from the screening of the movie "Joker" which has an "R" rating for violence and disturbing content.
The incidents occurred at the cinemas in the Mall in Maroussi, northern Athens on Saturday and the Aelo cinema in Kypseli on Sunday.
Laura Kovesi was finally confirmed as Prosecutor General of the European Union. The decision was announced by the European Parliament (EP). Earlier this week, the EU Council adopted its decision.
Today's decision of the leaders of the political groups and the EP President begins the 7-year term of Kovesi. She will be the first head of the EU prosecutor's office.
The Council of the European Union today agreed to the appointment of Laura Codruta Kovesi to be the first European chief prosecutor. The appointment must now also be confirmed by the European Parliament, according to a press statement released on Monday by the Council of the EU.