Morocco and Equatorial Guinea strengthen cooperation in judicial matters

On 3rd April, a meeting took place between the Moroccan Minister for Justice, Mohammed Auajjar, and the Minister for Justice, Worship and Penitentiary Institutions from Equatorial Guinea, Salvador Ondo Nkum, on the fringes of the work of the I International Conference on Justice, held in Marrakesh from 2nd to 4th April.

Prior to that, the Equatoguinean minister met the King’s Attorney General and President of the Public Ministry, Mohammed Abdenabaqui, to pass on to Moroccan authorities gratitude from the Government of Equatorial Guinea for the invitation, in addition to expressing the desire for Morocco and Equatorial Guinea to establish a new framework of cooperation.

In the same terms, Salvador Ondo Nkum discussed with his Moroccan counterpart the interest of Equatorial Guinea to strengthen the framework of cooperation in judicial matters, and specifically in the training of judges, magistrates and court secretaries.

Furthermore, they looked at the possibility of a visit by Equatoguinean professionals to Morocco, in order to establish this new framework of cooperation between the two countries.

During the meeting, the Equatoguinean minister was assisted by the accredited Equatorial Guinea Extraordinary Plenipotentiary Ambassador to Morocco, Crisantos Obama Ondo.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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