Deputy Justice Minister George Petalotis represented Greece at the informal EU Justice and Home Affairs Council in Poland, which focused on the protection of crime victims.
According to a justice ministry announcement on Tuesday, Petalotis said that the EU must continue initiatives to promote a package of legislative measures for the protection of crime victims' rights to protection support and access to justice.

In this framework, he said that Greece agreed to giving priority to completing work on a European Protection Warrant and establishing minimum standards concerning rights, support and protection of the victims of crime.
The informal EU Justice and Home Affairs Council was held in Sopot, Poland on Monday.