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  • To develop its tasks, the Office uses cooperation tools:
    administrative tools, such as EU Regulation and Directives, bilateral and multilateral Conventions;
    tools of judicial police (mainly through the Interpol).
    Such tools provide the legal basis for the exchange of information; therefore the information acquire their legal value provided by the relevant international law.
    The intelligence cooperation is carried out where legal tools are not available. The information obtained accordingly have an orienteering value for the investigation activity but in order to use them in a criminal proceedings they need to be confirmed and proved by investigations according to national laws.
  • To develop its tasks, the Office uses cooperation tools:
    administrative tools, such as EU Regulation and Directives, bilateral and multilateral Conventions;
    tools of judicial police (mainly through the Interpol).
    Such tools provide the legal basis for the exchange of information; therefore the information acquire their legal value provided by the relevant international law.
    The intelligence cooperation is carried out where legal tools are not available. The information obtained accordingly have an orienteering value for the investigation activity but in order to use them in a criminal proceedings they need to be confirmed and proved by investigations according to national laws.


























  • A questo proposito, dalle tradizionali forme di collaborazione
    per lo svolgimento di attività di “law enforcement”, si è giunti a forme di cooperazione
    tendenti a realizzare sul piano internazionale una “policy” della sicurezza5. Quest’ultima
    si manifesta attraverso lo sviluppo delle attività tendenti alla valutazione del rischio
    criminale, alla prevenzione degli illeciti e all’attuazione di strategie in comune con altri
    ordinamenti. In questa categoria è possibile annoverare: (1) la collaborazione volta a
    incidere su fenomeni delinquenziali organizzati su base transnazionale6; (2) l’attività di
    “intelligence” e di analisi improntata alla valutazione del rischio; (3) l’attività
    investigativa comune7.

  • A questo proposito, dalle tradizionali forme di collaborazione
    per lo svolgimento di attività di “law enforcement”, si è giunti a forme di cooperazione
    tendenti a realizzare sul piano internazionale una “policy” della sicurezza5. Quest’ultima
    si manifesta attraverso lo sviluppo delle attività tendenti alla valutazione del rischio
    criminale, alla prevenzione degli illeciti e all’attuazione di strategie in comune con altri
    ordinamenti. In questa categoria è possibile annoverare: (1) la collaborazione volta a
    incidere su fenomeni delinquenziali organizzati su base transnazionale6; (2) l’attività di
    “intelligence” e di analisi improntata alla valutazione del rischio; (3) l’attività
    investigativa comune7.

  • A questo proposito, dalle tradizionali forme di collaborazione
    per lo svolgimento di attività di “law enforcement”, si è giunti a forme di cooperazione
    tendenti a realizzare sul piano internazionale una “policy” della sicurezza5. Quest’ultima
    si manifesta attraverso lo sviluppo delle attività tendenti alla valutazione del rischio
    criminale, alla prevenzione degli illeciti e all’attuazione di strategie in comune con altri
    ordinamenti. In questa categoria è possibile annoverare: (1) la collaborazione volta a
    incidere su fenomeni delinquenziali organizzati su base transnazionale6; (2) l’attività di
    “intelligence” e di analisi improntata alla valutazione del rischio; (3) l’attività
    investigativa comune7.

  • A questo proposito, dalle tradizionali forme di collaborazione
    per lo svolgimento di attività di “law enforcement”, si è giunti a forme di cooperazione
    tendenti a realizzare sul piano internazionale una “policy” della sicurezza5. Quest’ultima
    si manifesta attraverso lo sviluppo delle attività tendenti alla valutazione del rischio
    criminale, alla prevenzione degli illeciti e all’attuazione di strategie in comune con altri
    ordinamenti. In questa categoria è possibile annoverare: (1) la collaborazione volta a
    incidere su fenomeni delinquenziali organizzati su base transnazionale6; (2) l’attività di
    “intelligence” e di analisi improntata alla valutazione del rischio; (3) l’attività
    investigativa comune7.

  • A questo proposito, dalle tradizionali forme di collaborazione
    per lo svolgimento di attività di “law enforcement”, si è giunti a forme di cooperazione
    tendenti a realizzare sul piano internazionale una “policy” della sicurezza5. Quest’ultima
    si manifesta attraverso lo sviluppo delle attività tendenti alla valutazione del rischio
    criminale, alla prevenzione degli illeciti e all’attuazione di strategie in comune con altri
    ordinamenti. In questa categoria è possibile annoverare: (1) la collaborazione volta a
    incidere su fenomeni delinquenziali organizzati su base transnazionale6; (2) l’attività di
    “intelligence” e di analisi improntata alla valutazione del rischio; (3) l’attività
    investigativa comune7.

  • A questo proposito, dalle tradizionali forme di collaborazione
    per lo svolgimento di attività di “law enforcement”, si è giunti a forme di cooperazione
    tendenti a realizzare sul piano internazionale una “policy” della sicurezza5. Quest’ultima
    si manifesta attraverso lo sviluppo delle attività tendenti alla valutazione del rischio
    criminale, alla prevenzione degli illeciti e all’attuazione di strategie in comune con altri
    ordinamenti. In questa categoria è possibile annoverare: (1) la collaborazione volta a
    incidere su fenomeni delinquenziali organizzati su base transnazionale6; (2) l’attività di
    “intelligence” e di analisi improntata alla valutazione del rischio; (3) l’attività
    investigativa comune7.

  • A questo proposito, dalle tradizionali forme di collaborazione
    per lo svolgimento di attività di “law enforcement”, si è giunti a forme di cooperazione
    tendenti a realizzare sul piano internazionale una “policy” della sicurezza5. Quest’ultima
    si manifesta attraverso lo sviluppo delle attività tendenti alla valutazione del rischio
    criminale, alla prevenzione degli illeciti e all’attuazione di strategie in comune con altri
    ordinamenti. In questa categoria è possibile annoverare: (1) la collaborazione volta a
    incidere su fenomeni delinquenziali organizzati su base transnazionale6; (2) l’attività di
    “intelligence” e di analisi improntata alla valutazione del rischio; (3) l’attività
    investigativa comune7.

  • A questo proposito, dalle tradizionali forme di collaborazione
    per lo svolgimento di attività di “law enforcement”, si è giunti a forme di cooperazione
    tendenti a realizzare sul piano internazionale una “policy” della sicurezza5. Quest’ultima
    si manifesta attraverso lo sviluppo delle attività tendenti alla valutazione del rischio
    criminale, alla prevenzione degli illeciti e all’attuazione di strategie in comune con altri
    ordinamenti. In questa categoria è possibile annoverare: (1) la collaborazione volta a
    incidere su fenomeni delinquenziali organizzati su base transnazionale6; (2) l’attività di
    “intelligence” e di analisi improntata alla valutazione del rischio; (3) l’attività
    investigativa comune7.













  • The International Cooperation Public Finance Office was set up after the re-organisation of II Department by the Decision 39/RR/3100 dated 10 January 2007 and it has been active since 15 February of the said year.
    The Office assure the management of all kinds of international cooperation available to Guardia di Finanza within the operational sectors of public finance (revenue and expenditure of the State, the EU, the local entities budgets), by sharing - although ones own specific tasks and working procedures - the operational area of the Public Finance Safeguard Office within the III Department, of the Command for the Safeguard of Public Finance and of the relevant Offices in the Tax Police Units protecting revenue and expenditure (Revenue Safeguard Groups and Public Expenditure Safeguard Groups of “main” Tax Police Units; Revenue Safeguard Sections and Public Expenditure Safeguard Sections of “medium” Tax Police Units; Public Finance Safeguard Sections of “lower” Tax Police Units).
    In this respect, the re-organisation of the Office has completed, as last step, the reform process started in 2004 with the “Project for the verification of coherency and optimization of the organisational and managing model of the Corps, whose first development was the reform of Special Departments.
    The Office, led by a Colonel, has got 4 Units, led by Major/Leuten.Colonel. Two Units are divided into 2 squads, one led by the Head of Unit and one led by a Captain. The actual strength is of 7 Officers, 31 Inspectors, 4 Superintendents, 10 Senior Agents and Agents. At present the actual strength is lower than the authorised strength.
  • The International Cooperation Public Finance Office was set up after the re-organisation of II Department by the Decision 39/RR/3100 dated 10 January 2007 and it has been active since 15 February of the said year.
    The Office assure the management of all kinds of international cooperation available to Guardia di Finanza within the operational sectors of public finance (revenue and expenditure of the State, the EU, the local entities budgets), by sharing - although ones own specific tasks and working procedures - the operational area of the Public Finance Safeguard Office within the III Department, of the Command for the Safeguard of Public Finance and of the relevant Offices in the Tax Police Units protecting revenue and expenditure (Revenue Safeguard Groups and Public Expenditure Safeguard Groups of “main” Tax Police Units; Revenue Safeguard Sections and Public Expenditure Safeguard Sections of “medium” Tax Police Units; Public Finance Safeguard Sections of “lower” Tax Police Units).
    In this respect, the re-organisation of the Office has completed, as last step, the reform process started in 2004 with the “Project for the verification of coherency and optimization of the organisational and managing model of the Corps, whose first development was the reform of Special Departments.
    The Office, led by a Colonel, has got 4 Units, led by Major/Leuten.Colonel. Two Units are divided into 2 squads, one led by the Head of Unit and one led by a Captain. The actual strength is of 7 Officers, 31 Inspectors, 4 Superintendents, 10 Senior Agents and Agents. At present the actual strength is lower than the authorised strength.
  • The International Cooperation Public Finance Office was set up after the re-organisation of II Department by the Decision 39/RR/3100 dated 10 January 2007 and it has been active since 15 February of the said year.
    The Office assure the management of all kinds of international cooperation available to Guardia di Finanza within the operational sectors of public finance (revenue and expenditure of the State, the EU, the local entities budgets), by sharing - although ones own specific tasks and working procedures - the operational area of the Public Finance Safeguard Office within the III Department, of the Command for the Safeguard of Public Finance and of the relevant Offices in the Tax Police Units protecting revenue and expenditure (Revenue Safeguard Groups and Public Expenditure Safeguard Groups of “main” Tax Police Units; Revenue Safeguard Sections and Public Expenditure Safeguard Sections of “medium” Tax Police Units; Public Finance Safeguard Sections of “lower” Tax Police Units).
    In this respect, the re-organisation of the Office has completed, as last step, the reform process started in 2004 with the “Project for the verification of coherency and optimization of the organisational and managing model of the Corps, whose first development was the reform of Special Departments.
    The Office, led by a Colonel, has got 4 Units, led by Major/Leuten.Colonel. Two Units are divided into 2 squads, one led by the Head of Unit and one led by a Captain. The actual strength is of 7 Officers, 31 Inspectors, 4 Superintendents, 10 Senior Agents and Agents. At present the actual strength is lower than the authorised strength.
  • The data above indicate the total values of the international cooperation of the Public Finance Office.
    The difference between sent and received requrests is clear: the number of sent requests is much higher than received requests.

  • The data above indicate the total values of the international cooperation of the Public Finance Office.
    The difference between sent and received requrests is clear: the number of sent requests is much higher than received requests.

  • The data above indicate the total values of the international cooperation of the Public Finance Office.
    The difference between sent and received requrests is clear: the number of sent requests is much higher than received requests.

  • The cooperation on direct taxes is managed:
    according to EU Directives 77/799 and 79/1070, as well as the “Conventions on double taxation on incomes and tax frauds”, based on the “model” provided by OECD;
    2. according to said Conventions, agreed with both EU and extra-EU countries and received by national laws.
    In particular such tools allow avoiding that traders based in one country and producing an income in another country are not subject to a double taxation or a higher taxation in comparison to the taxation they would receive if the income came from an internal source. Moreover, such agreements also aim at prevention and/or fight of tax evasion.
    Where a legal basis is not provided, the intelligence cooperation is anyway carried out, although with the above mentioned limits of evidence: this is the case of San Marino Republic.
    Procedures to carry out administrative cooperation on direct taxes are the subject of Circular Letter n. 7/INCC dated Feb 4 2008, drawn up by the Office, concerning “The Administrative Cooperation in the sector of Direct taxes and VAT – legal tools and operational procedures”, by which the procedures of access to this kind of cooperation by our local Departments have been upgraded, uniformed and sremplified.
  • The cooperation on direct taxes is managed:
    according to EU Directives 77/799 and 79/1070, as well as the “Conventions on double taxation on incomes and tax frauds”, based on the “model” provided by OECD;
    2. according to said Conventions, agreed with both EU and extra-EU countries and received by national laws.
    In particular such tools allow avoiding that traders based in one country and producing an income in another country are not subject to a double taxation or a higher taxation in comparison to the taxation they would receive if the income came from an internal source. Moreover, such agreements also aim at prevention and/or fight of tax evasion.
    Where a legal basis is not provided, the intelligence cooperation is anyway carried out, although with the above mentioned limits of evidence: this is the case of San Marino Republic.
    Procedures to carry out administrative cooperation on direct taxes are the subject of Circular Letter n. 7/INCC dated Feb 4 2008, drawn up by the Office, concerning “The Administrative Cooperation in the sector of Direct taxes and VAT – legal tools and operational procedures”, by which the procedures of access to this kind of cooperation by our local Departments have been upgraded, uniformed and sremplified.
  • The cooperation on direct taxes is managed:
    according to EU Directives 77/799 and 79/1070, as well as the “Conventions on double taxation on incomes and tax frauds”, based on the “model” provided by OECD;
    2. according to said Conventions, agreed with both EU and extra-EU countries and received by national laws.
    In particular such tools allow avoiding that traders based in one country and producing an income in another country are not subject to a double taxation or a higher taxation in comparison to the taxation they would receive if the income came from an internal source. Moreover, such agreements also aim at prevention and/or fight of tax evasion.
    Where a legal basis is not provided, the intelligence cooperation is anyway carried out, although with the above mentioned limits of evidence: this is the case of San Marino Republic.
    Procedures to carry out administrative cooperation on direct taxes are the subject of Circular Letter n. 7/INCC dated Feb 4 2008, drawn up by the Office, concerning “The Administrative Cooperation in the sector of Direct taxes and VAT – legal tools and operational procedures”, by which the procedures of access to this kind of cooperation by our local Departments have been upgraded, uniformed and sremplified.
  • In the years 2006, 2007 and 2008 (up to 31.07) data concerning the exchange of information on direct taxes can be summarized as follows::
    2006: received:84 – sent 271;
    2007: received: 213 – sent 444;
    2008: received 146 – sent 121.
  • International Cooperation

    1. 1. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Rome, 28th of January, 2009
    2. 2. Fraud against EU and European Institutions INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AGAINST FRAUDS Rome, 28th of January, 2009
    3. 3. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    4. 4. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    5. 5. Fraud against EU and European Institutions IT Guardia di finanza Major Stefano Gesuelli International Cooperation Office Head of Taxation Unit
    6. 6. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    7. 7. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    8. 8. Fraud against EU and European Institutions COOPERATION
    9. 9. Fraud against EU and European Institutions OPERATION
    10. 10. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    11. 11. Fraud against EU and European Institutions COOPERATION ON LEGAL BASES
    12. 12. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    13. 13. Fraud against EU and European Institutions INTERPOL; EUROJUST; EUROPOL; BI/MULTI-LATERAL MoU;
    14. 14. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    15. 15. Fraud against EU and European Institutions COOPERATION WITHOUT LEGAL BASES
    16. 16. Fraud against EU and European Institutions INTELLIGENCE
    17. 17. Fraud against EU and European Institutions 1898 1976 1988 1995 1999 2003 2009
    18. 18. Fraud against EU and European Institutions 1898 1976 1988 1995 1999 2003 2009 Interpol Europol Eurojust UCLAF/OLAF TREVI G8/Lyon Group G6
    19. 19. Fraud against EU and European Institutions 1898 1976 1988 1995 1999 2003 2009 Interpol Europol Eurojust UCLAF/OLAF TREVI G8/Lyon Group G6 Anarchist “Political“ Maastricht 9/11 movements Terrorism
    20. 20. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    21. 21. Fraud against EU and European Institutions COOPERATION AIMED TO LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES
    22. 22. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    23. 23. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    24. 24. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Cooperation on a “static” level ONE TO ONE CASES
    25. 25. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    26. 26. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    27. 27. Fraud against EU and European Institutions COOPERATION AIMED TO DEVELOPE SECURITY POLICIES
    28. 28. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    29. 29. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    30. 30. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Cooperation based on a “dynamic” process GENERAL SECURITY POLICIES
    31. 31. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    32. 32. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    33. 33. Fraud against EU and European Institutions COOPERATION AIMED COOPERATION AIMED TO LAW TO DEVELOPE ENFORCEMENT SECURITY POLICIES ACTIVITIES
    34. 34. Fraud against EU and European Institutions COOPERATION AIMED COOPERATION AIMED TO LAW TO DEVELOPE ENFORCEMENT SECURITY POLICIES ACTIVITIES • INTELLIGENCE AND ANALISYS FOCUSED ON RISK • INFORMATION ASSESTMENT; EXCHANGE; • TRANSNATIONAL • JUDICIARY CRIMES COOPERATION. PREVENTION; • JOINT INVESTIGATIONS.
    35. 35. Fraud against EU and European Institutions COOPERATION AIMED COOPERATION AIMED TO LAW TO DEVELOPE ENFORCEMENT SECURITY POLICIES ACTIVITIES
    36. 36. Fraud against EU and European Institutions COOPERATION AIMED COOPERATION AIMED TO LAW TO DEVELOPE ENFORCEMENT SECURITY POLICIES ACTIVITIES • EUROPOL; • INTERPOL • OLAF; • EUROJUST • G8 LYON GROUP; • AD HOC TERRORISM.... (TREVI) • G6
    37. 37. Fraud against EU and European Institutions COOPERATION AIMED COOPERATION AIMED TO LAW TO DEVELOPE ENFORCEMENT SECURITY POLICIES ACTIVITIES • EUROPOL; • INTERPOL • OLAF; • EUROJUST • G8 LYON GROUP; • AD HOC TERRORISM.... (TREVI) • G6
    38. 38. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    39. 39. Fraud against EU and European Institutions INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION PUBLIC FINANCE OFFICE Strategic Positioning and Mission Guardia di Finanza’s Mission Public Finance Economy Security Services Defence upon request Incomes Expenditures Market of Market of capitals goods and services MANAGEMENT OF G. di F.’s INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION WITHIN THE PUBLIC FINANCE AREA (REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE)
    40. 40. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    41. 41. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Exchange of Information - Global Data 3,325 2,645 2,359 2,238 1,772 1,411 Sent Requests Received Requests 2006 2007 2008
    42. 42. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    43. 43. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Administrative Cooperation DIRECT TAXES 1. EC DIRECTIVE 77/799 AND EC DIRECTIVE 79/1070 (EU COUNTRIES) 2. CONVENTIONS ON DOUBLE TAXATION AND TAX FRAUD – OECD MODEL (EU AND NON EU COUNTRIES) 3. INTELLIGENCE COOPERATION (EU AND NO EU COUNTRIES) 4. CIRCULAR LETTER N. 7/INCC DATED 4.2.2008
    44. 44. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    45. 45. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Exchange of Information - Direct Taxes 444 271 213 147 130 84 Received Requests Sent Requests 2006 2007 2008
    46. 46. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    47. 47. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Administrative Cooperation INDIRECT TAXES – V.A.T. EC REG. 1798/2003: 1.C.L.O. V.A.T. (Ministry of Economy and Finance Department) 2.LIAISON SERVICES: GUARDIA DI FINANZA, CUSTOMS AGENCY, REVENUE AGENCY 3.ON-LINE WORK 4.EU OFFICIAL LANGUAGES 5.CIRCULAR LETTER 7/INCC DATED 4/2/2008
    48. 48. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    49. 49. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Exchange of Information - V.A.T. 2,372 1,953 1,484 1,326 1,171 1,103 Sent Requests Received Requests 2006 2007 2008
    50. 50. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    51. 51. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Administrative Cooperation INDIRECT TAXES – CUSTOMS AND EXCISE 1. REG. 515/97 ON CUSTOMS AND AGRICULTURAL MATTERS (E.U. COUNTRIES) 2. NAPLES CONVENTION OF 1967 FOR THE CUSTOMS ASSISTANCE (E.U. COUNTRIES) 3. N AT I O N A L A N D E U AG R E E M E N T S ( N O N - E . U . COUNTRIES) 4. REG. 2073/2004 ON EXCISE MATTERS (E.U. COUNTRIES) 5. INTELLIGENCE COOPERATION (“RECOMMENDATION 1953” – NON-EU COUNTRIES).
    52. 52. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    53. 53. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Exchange of Information - Customs and Excise 974 161 164 229 152 165 Sent Requests Received Requests 2006 2007 2008
    54. 54. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    55. 55. Fraud against EU and European Institutions OLAF: legal pattern and cooperation 1. REG. 1073/99 establishing OLAF 2. REG. 2185/96: On-the-spot checks and inspections MEMORANDUM of AGREEMENT GDF – UCLAF DATED 4.10.1996
    56. 56. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    57. 57. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Exchange of Information - OLAF COMMON AGRICULTURAL POLICY 111 101 40 20 36 17 Received Requests Sent Requests 2006 2007 2008
    58. 58. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    59. 59. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Exchange of Information - OLAF STRUCTURAL FUNDS AND OTHER UE EXPENDITURES 261 102 54 39 37 9 Received Requests Sent Requests 2006 2007 2008
    60. 60. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    61. 61. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Exchange of Information - POLICE COOPERATION TAX, CUSTOMS, STRUCTURAL FUNDS AND OTHER EXPENDITURES 145 127 80 90 88 30 Received requests Sent Requests 2006 2007 2008
    62. 62. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    63. 63. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Current Actions EVALUATION OF C.L.O. OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONVENTION FOR THE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN CUSTOMS SECTOR (so called “S.I.D. CONVENTION”) ACTIVITIES IN VIEW OF THE RATIFICATION OF “NAPLES II” CONVENTION FOR CUSTOMS COOPERATION MANAGEMENT OF GdiF ACTIVITY WITHIN THE “FISCALIS” PROGRAMME
    64. 64. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    65. 65. Fraud against EU and European Institutions Planned Actions ESTABLISHMENT OF EXCISE C.L.O REGULATION 2073/2004 ❖ ANALOGUE OF PRESENT V.A.T. C.L.O. ❖ GUARDIA DI FINANZA IS LIAISON SERVICE ❖ TELEMATIC WORK AND IN OFFICIAL EU LANGUAGES ❖ PART OF PERSONNEL EMPLOYEED
    66. 66. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    67. 67. Fraud against EU and European Institutions “occorre mettere da parte, una volta per tutte, i particolarismi locali e rendersi conto finalmente che non ha nessuna importanza che la droga venga sequestrata in un Paese anziché in un altro e ad opera di un determinato organismo di polizia, anziché di un altro; l'unica cosa importante è che l'operazione di polizia venga compiuta nel modo più efficace e questo è l'unico risultato cui dovrebbero mirare gli sforzi congiunti delle polizie dei vari Paesi, accomunate da questa unica e superiore finalità di efficienza.”
    68. 68. Fraud against EU and European Institutions “....should be put aside, once and for all, the local peculiarities and finally realize that it has no importance if drugs have being seized in a Country rather than another, and by a Police body, instead of another, the only important thing is that the police operation is completed and this is the only result which should aim the joint efforts of different countries’ polices: share this unique and superior purposes of efficiency.”
    69. 69. Fraud against EU and European Institutions “....should be put aside, once and for all, the local peculiarities and finally realize that it has no importance if drugs have being seized in a Country rather than another, and by a Police body, instead of another, the only important thing is that the police operation is completed and this is the only result which should aim the joint efforts of different countries’ polices: share this unique and superior purposes of efficiency.” Giovanni Falcone, 1984
    70. 70. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    71. 71. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    72. 72. Fraud against EU and European Institutions
    73. 73. Fraud against EU and European Institutions THANK YOU Gesuelli.Stefano@gdf.it

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