Subsidised and defrauded. Visegrad EU funds under the eye of OLAF

For over twenty years, the European Anti-Fraud Office (commonly known as OLAF, from the French: Office européen de lutte antifraude) has been protecting the EU’s financial interests, investigating fraud, corruption, and serious misconduct within the Union’s budget and institutions. The office has also developed an anti-fraud policy for the European Commission.  But while OLAF looks into a wide range of wrongdoings, from misconduct in public procurement procedures, to customs fraud and document forgery, very little is publicly known about the … Continue reading Subsidised and defrauded. Visegrad EU funds under the eye of OLAF