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UAE and Lebanon set to sign judicial agreement

posted on 21/07/2001: 565 views


Mohammed bin Nakhira Al Dhahiri, UAE Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf, has reiterated the importance of the judicial agreement which the UAE and Lebanon would soon be signing. He said the agreement would further enhance the already strong relations between the peoples of the two sister countries. Al Dhahiri made the remark during a meeting here with the Lebanese Justice Minister, Salim Al Jisr, in the presence of Mohammed Mohammed Omran, the UAE Ambassador, during which they discussed a number of issues on judicial co-operation.



In a post meeting statement, Al Dhahiri said that Justice Minister was aimed at enabling each side to have an insight knowledge of the judicial system of the other's country, adding that it was also to enable them discuss a number of issues, including the judicial agreements the two countries would soon be signing after the Lebanese side had finished making some observations on the draft agreement.



He said that another meeting between the two sides would soon be held to sign the agreement, which calls for the implementation of laws, and for judicial and legislative co-operation between the two countries. He said that he did not see any major difference between the judicial systems of the two countries. "I don't think there are major difference between the judicial systems of the two countries,” he said. "But between a country and another, there may be a particular condition under which the legislation works. I think the judicial systems in the two countries are very close and almost similar,” he added.



For his part, the Lebanese Minister said that the judicial agreement the two countries would sign soon would help facilitate the implementation of judicial laws which would serve the interest of the two countries. "We have made some observations on the draft agreement and experts from the two sides would soon meet to put a final touch to the agreement,” he said. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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