Kuwait, Armenia ink legal coop. deal

KUWAIT, May 1 (KUNA) — Kuwait and Armenia have signed a memo of understanding for promoting and developing bilateral cooperation in legal and judicial domains.
The deal was signed by Kuwaiti Minister of Justice, Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Yaqoub Al-Sanea and visiting Armenian Minister of Justice Arpine Hovhannisyan.
Speaking to reporters following the signing ceremony on Sunday, the Kuwaiti minister said Kuwait is willing to bolster and strengthen cooperative relations with Armenia in legal and judicial fields.
He said the agreement reflected a strong belief that this pattern of internationally stimulated bilateral cooperation is a core pillar for taking effective measures in the fight against crimes and relative supportive acts.
He added that the signing of the deal came following his recent visit to Armenia, which, according to him, marked a model for developing bilateral relations in various areas, mainly legal and judicial ones.
The Kuwaiti minister noted that political challenges bearing on basic issues that concern international security and stability necessitate unifying visions and efforts to find necessary mechanisms for continuing cooperation between both nations.
Armenian Minister of Justice Arpine Hovhannisyan said Armenia and Kuwait enjoy deep and firm relations, and are willing to promote them in various realms, particularly legal and judicial areas.
She added that her visit to Kuwait mainly aimed at promoting and consolidating aspects of cooperation between both friendly countries. (end) amn.amh.mt

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