Oman, Bahrain Discuss Judicial Cooperation

Muscat: Sayyid Khalifa Said Al Busaidi, Chairman of the Supreme Court, received in his office today a delegation from the Kingdom of Bahrain led by Sheikh Khalid Ali Al Khalifa, Vice-President of the Supreme Judicial Council in Bahrain, Chairman of the Court of Cassation, who is currently visiting Oman.

During the meeting, the two sides discussed various aspects of judicial cooperation between Oman and Bahrain and exchanged views in the judicial field.

The visit of the Bahraini judicial delegation will last several days during which it will meet Omani officials as part of a programme to promote the exchange of views and expertise among GCC supreme courts and courts of cassation. – ONA

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