Minister Leers and State Secretary Teeven to attend informal Justice and Home Affairs Council Meeting [JBZ-Raad] on Cyprus
Minister Leers (Immigration, Integration and Asylum Policy) and State Secretary Teeven (Security and Justice) are going to attend the informal Justice and Home Affairs Council Meeting [Raad van Europese bewindslieden van Justitie, Binnenlandse Zaken, Migratie en Asiel (JBZ-Raad), which council is comprised of the European ministers of Justice, Home Affairs, Migration and Asylum, on Cyprus on Monday 23 July and Tuesday 24 July.
Minister Leers' agenda for Monday is devoted to the European Commission's 2011 Annual Report on Immigration and Asylum. A discussion will also be held on the situation in Syria and the relief facilities available to Syrian refugees in neighbouring countries.
State Secretary Teeven is going to discuss a number of issues on Tuesday, such as the tackling of cybercrime, industrial policy in the field of security, data protection during detection and prosecution, the freezing and confiscation of profits from crime in the EU, and the European Account Preservation Order [Europees bevel tot conservatoir beslag op bankrekeningen].
The Justice and Home Affairs Council Meeting is informal and, for that reason, no formal decisions will be taken.