Minister of Justice Abdellatif Ouahbi met Wednesday in Manama with the Bahraini Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments, Nawaf bin Mohammed Al Maawda. During these talks, the two sides discussed ways to strengthen the fruitful bilateral cooperation between the two countries, especially in the field of justice and law, said a statement from the Ministry of Justice. They also discussed ways to promote the exchange of experiences in training in the field of judicial professions and at the level of some centers operating in the justice sector, as well as in digital services, adds the same source. The two ministers further expressed their pride in the development of relations between Morocco and Bahrain, stressing the need to raise them to the level of the aspirations of the two countries’ leaders, His Majesty King Mohammed VI and His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, who maintain strong ties of brotherhood. On the sidelines of this meeting, Mr. Ouahbi held a meeting with Sheikh Khalid bin Ali, Vice President of the Supreme Judicial Council and President of the Court of Cassation of the Kingdom of Bahrain, and with Dr. Ali bin Fadhul Al Buainain, Attorney General of the Kingdom of Bahrain. These two meetings were an opportunity for Mr. Ouahbi to learn about the developments that Bahrain has achieved in the judicial field and to highlight the depth of cooperation relations that bind the Bahraini judicial institutions to their counterparts in Morocco. This visit is part of a tour by the Minister of Justice in the Gulf countries, Egypt and Jordan.
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