HASAfter working visits to Saudi Arabia and then to Bahrain, Minister of Justice Abdellatif Ouahbi arrived in Abu Dhabi on September 22, where he met with his Emirati counterpart Abdullah bin Sultan bin Awad Al-Nuaimi.
This meeting was also an opportunity to discuss “reforms and developments experienced by the United Arab Emirates in the field of justice”notes a press release from the Ministry of Justice.
In this regard, both parties agreed “to promote and develop bilateral relations in judicial matters” continues the same source.
And to add: “the two parties have expressed their desire to raise judicial cooperation to the highest level, in particular through the deepening of the dialogue between Moroccan and Emirati experts, the concretization of this cooperation through various agreements relating to the commercial, civil and civil status, and the exchange of experiences in terms of digitization, court infrastructure as well as in the pursuit of the implementation of common agreements and this, in the service of justice “.
This meeting is part of a series of visits by the Minister of Justice to eight Arab countries, namely Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, the Sultanate of Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Egypt, the statement concludes.