Oman, Morocco sign MoU in field of Judicial Cooperation

Rabat: The Sultanate of Oman and the Kingdom of Morocco signed today a memorandum of understanding in the field of judicial and legal cooperation based on the deep fraternal relations between the two countries, and the desire of the Omani Public Prosecution and the Moroccan Public Prosecution to develop cooperation between them in order to achieve the goals in the legal fields and the judicial.

The memorandum was signed on the Oman’s Attorney General Nasr Khamis Al Sawa’ee and El Hassan Daki, King’s Attorney General at the Court of Cassation, President of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in the Morocco.

The memorandum aims to enhance cooperation between the two parties in crimes of money laundering, terrorist financing, and organized crimes across national borders, in accordance with applicable international regulations, laws, and agreements, and to raise the capabilities of members of both sides in the field of human rights and other topics of common interest.

It also aims to exchange legislation, research, and legal, jurisprudential, and judicial studies, and to qualify technical and administrative cadres to serve justice, and calls for holding meetings, consultations, courses, and seminars on urgent issues and areas of cooperation between them.

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