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Υπουργείο Υγείας 1970-01-01 03:00:00

29/09/2020 Η ενημέρωση των διαπιστευμένων συντακτών του Υπουργείου Υγείας, θα πραγματοποιηθεί στο Υπουργείο Υγείας σήμερα, Τρίτη 29 Σεπτεμβρίου και ώρα 18:00, από τον Υφυπουργό Πολιτικής Προστασίας και Διαχείρισης Κρίσεων Νίκο Χαρδαλιά και τον Επίκουρο Καθηγητή της Ιατρικής Σχολής του ΕΚΠΑ και μέλος της Επιτροπής Εμπειρογνωμόνων του Υπουργείου Υγείας, Γκίκα Μαγιορκίνη.Στην ενημέρωση θα συμμετέχει και ο Υφυπουργός Υγείας Βασίλης Κοντοζαμάνης, προκειμένου να απαντά σε ερωτήματα που αφορούν στο σύστημα Υγείας. Διαβάστε επίσης Let's block ads! (Why?)

Υπουργείο Υγείας 1970-01-01 03:00:00

29/09/2020 Ο Υφυπουργός Υγείας Βασίλης Κοντοζαμάνης έκανε την ακόλουθη δήλωση:«Σχετικά με τις συμβάσεις επικουρικού προσωπικού οι οποίες λήγουν στο προσεχές χρονικό διάστημα, διευκρινίζεται ότι κατατίθεται διάταξη στη Βουλή για την παράταση των συμβάσεων όλων των κατηγοριών επικουρικού προσωπικού, καταρχάς έως το τέλος του 2020. Η διάταξη θα έχει αναδρομική ισχύ». Διαβάστε επίσης Let's block ads! (Why?)

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​With active judicial support of Eurojust, the Romanian, Lithuanian and Estonian authorities have executed coordinated activities, within a Joint Action Day, to dismantle an Organised Crime Group (OCG) specialized in elaborate cybercrime and fraudulent financial operations, arresting 3 suspects and conducting 4 house searches. The OCG allegedly committed identity theft and lured bank customers in several countries into imputing their access credentials online, via text messages containing links to cloned bank sites, subsequently the perpetrators accessing the victims’ accounts and making fraudulent transfers into specially-created accounts they directly controlled. Eurojust played a pivotal role in the entire operation by setting up and financing a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) and facilitating the continuous judicial cooperation between the involved National Authorities. The fraud started in February last year and lasted until recently this month, in various waves. Almost 600 persons, out of which more than 100 in Lithuania and nearly 500 in Estonia fell victim to the OCG members. The victims were mostly natural persons but also companies, with damages in both countries amounting to over EUR 200.000. Additional bank transfers worth approximately EUR  450.000 into the OCG’s were stopped by the banks. For their fraud, the suspects made counterfeit versions of several banks’ sites. By sending SMS and other messages to customers in their banking apps on mobile phones, fraudulous links were sent to account holders to obtain access credentials, so-called phishing. Via multiple online payments, the money was transferred into the bank accounts controlled by the OCG. Through the criminal activities, the OCG also gained fraudulent access to the number of governmental e-services in Estonia. “Further investigative measures will be conducted, to establish the total amount of the proceeds of crime, and the full extent of the criminal activities with possible connections to additional countries”. Since 2019, Eurojust facilitated judicial cooperation in this case, supported the creation of the JIT in March 2020, supported the organisation of four Coordination Meetings to prepare for this week’s action day and provided over EUR 38.000 in funding. This enabled the participation of Estonian police officers during the operation in Romania. Europol supported the operation by facilitating information exchange and providing analytical support. During the action day, Europol deployed an expert on site to cross-check in real-time operational information against Europol’s databases and provide leads to investigators in the field. In Romania, the operation was lead by the Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) and Bucharest Brigade for Countering Organized Crime. In Estonia the Riigiprokuratuur (Office of the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Estonia) and Eesti Politsei- ja Piirivalveamet (Estonian Police and Border Guard Board) participated to the action day. In Lithuania, Prosecutor General’s Office and Lithuanian Criminal Police Bureau supported the operation. Photos © Romanian Police Let's block ads! (Why?)

Press release – Increasing the EU’s 2030 emissions reduction target is necessary and feasible

On Monday, the Committee on Environment, Public Health and Food Safety held a debate with Mr Frans Timmermans, Executive Vice-President of the Commission, on stepping up Europe’s 2030 climate ambition.Mr Timmermans presented the Commission’s plan to reduce EU greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55 % by 2030 compared to 1990 levels, as announced on 17 September in the State of the Union speech by the President of the Commission Ursula von der Leyen. Currently, emissions are not going down fast enough, Mr Timmermans said, but he underlined that becoming carbon neutral is both feasible and beneficial for the EU. He invited Parliament to confirm the proposed 55 % 2030-target as the EU's new Nationally Determined Contribution under the Paris Agreement, and to submit this to the UNFCCC by the end of this year. The Chair Pascal Canfin (Renew, FR) reminded MEPs that next week Plenary will vote on a report by the Environment Committee on the EU Climate Law, which calls for 60 % emission reductions in 2030. Several MEPs expressed concern that the new 2030-target proposed by the Commission is a net-target, making it less ambitious since actual reductions would be smaller because emissions removed through carbon sinks would also count towards reaching the target. Mr Timmermans defended a net 2030-target, saying carbon sinks are needed to achieve carbon neutrality and are fully in line with international commitments. MEPs also questioned Mr Timmermans on the likelihood of getting other non-EU countries to follow the EU’s example and increase their climate ambition. Mr Timmermans replied that we need to make climate action a “race to the top”, informing MEPs that there are interesting initiatives to increase ambition being put forward or in the pipeline in many countries. Mr Timmermans finally informed MEPs that the Commission would come up with proposals by June 2021 to revise key EU legislation such as the EU Emissions Trading System, energy efficiency and renewable energy policies and strengthening CO2 standards for road vehicles to enable the EU to reach a more ambitious target. You can see a recorded video of the debate here. Background In March 2020, the Commission proposed an EU climate law that would make it a legal requirement for the EU to become climate-neutral by 2050 as part of the European Green Deal. This follows the December 2019 European Council decision to endorse the 2050 climate-neutrality objective. On 17 September, the Commission amended its proposal to incorporate a new 2030 emissions reduction target. Parliament has played an important role in pushing for more ambitious EU climate legislation and declared a climate emergency on 29 November 2019.Let's block ads! (Why?)