(a) the offence is committed in whole or in part on its territory;
(b) the offender is one of its nationals.
(a) the offender is a habitual resident on its territory;
3. Where an offence referred to in Articles 3 and 4 falls within the jurisdiction of more than one Member State and where any of the Member States concerned can validly prosecute on the basis of the same facts, the Member States concerned shall cooperate in order to decide which of them will prosecute the offender, with the aim of centralising proceedings in a single Member State.
Account shall be taken of…