Saudi Official : Morocco, Saudi Arabia Aspire to Establish Joint Commissions on Public Judicial Service
Chairman of Saudi Arabia's Board of Grievances, Khalid bin Mohammed Al-Yousef, said, Monday in Rabat, that Morocco and Saudi Arabia aspire to set up joint commissions on public judicial service.
In a statement to MAP, on the sidelines of his talks with minister of Justice Mohamed Aujjar, Al-Youssef stressed that the aspect on monitoring international judicial developments, particularly in the Arab world, is of major importance.
He added that his visit to Morocco, at the invitation of the Moroccan minister, focused mainly on judicial cooperation, in particular with regard to training and internships, as well as the joint examination by the courts of both countries of certain cases.
The Saudi official also noted that the Vision-2030 set up in Saudi Arabia includes the public judicial service as well as the Board of Grievances, and covers the partnerships and links that Saudi Arabia maintains with sister countries.
For his part, Aujjar commended the strategic relations between Morocco and Saudi Arabia, which had become a reference in the Arab world, underlining the constant willingness of the leaders of the two brotherly countries to develop these ties and broaden their scope.
MAP 08 October 2018