Justice Minister Meets with UAE Peer in Abu Dhabi

This meeting was an opportunity for the Moroccan side to review the axes of the global and deep reform of the judicial system, and to highlight the important steps taken in terms of laws and legislations, court infrastructure and digitalization, said a statement from the Ministry of Justice.

 

This meeting was also an opportunity to discuss the reforms and important developments that have occurred in the United Arab Emirates in the field of justice, according to the same source.

 

The two parties agreed to continue their cooperation to promote bilateral relations in judicial matters and focused on all opportunities to strengthen their mechanisms to serve the common interests.

 

The cooperation draws its strength from the strong brotherly ties uniting HM King Mohammed VI and H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, as reflected in the continued development of exchanges between the two countries at all levels.

 

The two parties expressed their willingness to raise judicial cooperation to the highest level, by deepening dialogue between Moroccan and Emirati experts, implementing various agreements relating to commercial, civil and civil status, and the exchange of experiences in the field of digitization, and the infrastructure of courts.

 

This visit is part of a tour by the Minister of Justice in the Gulf countries, Egypt and Jordan.

 

Source: Agency Morocaine De Presse