Arab Justice Ministers agree to hold their session 58 in Baghdad
November 19, 2015 0
Members agreed and the Council of Arab Ministers of Justice to hold their session next 58 in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
According to a statement issued by the Iraqi Ministry of Justice issued today, the minister Haidar Zamili participated in the meeting of the Executive Bureau of the Council of Arab Ministers of Justice within the work of its seventh session on Wednesday evening at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo, headed by Saudi Minister of Justice and Walid bin Mohammed Al Samaani Chairman of this session with the participation of ministers Justice in Iraq, Palestine, Bahrain, Kuwait, Egypt and Oman.
The statement said that the session was being held at a time when the Arab region is witnessing the rise of organized crime and the phenomenon of terrorism, in addition to that this session will be an important step towards strengthening the Arab and international cooperation in judicial and legal fields and to activate relevant to combating terrorism, the Arab judicial agreements.
The statement pointed out that the council members agreed to the call of the Zamili to host the meetings of the Arab Justice Ministers Council at its next session in Baghdad and to be chaired by Iraq.
The statement continued that it is due to present his Executive Office project and projects of its own decisions table to thirty-first session of the Council of Arab Ministers of Justice to be held Thursday evening.
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