Justice Minister Abdellatif Owabi met with his Emirati representative Abdullah bin Sultan bin Awad Al-Nu’aimi in Abu Dhabi.
The press release of the Ministry of Justice, Mr. Important steps taken in terms of judicial reform, existing laws and legislation, court infrastructure and digitization.
The meeting was an excellent opportunity to discuss the important reforms and developments that the UAE has experienced in the judiciary.
In this regard, the two parties agreed to continue their cooperation to improve and develop bilateral relations in the judiciary, and focused on all opportunities to strengthen its mechanisms in the service of common interests.
This cooperation derives its strength from the strong fraternal ties that unite His Majesty King Mohammed VI and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, reflected in the continuous growth of exchanges between the two countries at all levels: political, economic, media, scientific, and tourism. Security, Cultural and Judiciary.
In addition, both sides expressed their desire to raise judicial cooperation to the highest level, especially by deepening the dialogue between Moroccan and Emirati experts, and confirming this cooperation through various agreements related to commercial areas, civil and civil status. and exchange experiences in digitization, court infrastructure and implementation of common contracts, justice and his noble work.
The meeting was part of a series of visits by the Justice Minister to eight Arab countries: Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Sultanate of Oman, United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Egypt.