HE Justice Minister to Take Part in Arab Justice Ministers Meeting in Cairo

Cairo, November 24 (QNA) -The 28th session of the Arab Justice Ministers’ Council is due to kick start at the Arab League General Secretariat headquarters in Cairo on Monday in the presence of HE Qatar’s Justice Minister Hassan Bin Abdullah Al Ghanem.
During their meeting, the Arab Justice Ministers are due to discuss a wide range of topics set to further enhance pan-Arab cooperation in justice and judiciary with a special emphasis on combating terrorism.
An Arab league official source said the Arab justice ministers will also discuss means of enhancing arab and international cooperation for fighting terrorism and stamping out such a phenomenon in addition to reviving the Arab draft agreement on human trafficking and an Arab draft protocol for combating sea piracy.
The Arab Justice Ministers will also consider proposals forwarded by the State of Qatar on a draft agreement on cooperation between the authorities and departments concerned of the state issues in the Arab countries. 
During its 50th session due to kick off here Sunday at the Cairo -Based Arab League Headquarters, the executive office of the Arab Justice Ministers will refer its relevant recommendations to the Arab Justice Ministers during their meeting on Monday.

HE Justice Minister Leaves for Cairo

HE Justice Minister Hassan Bin Abdullah Al Ghanem, and his accompanying delegation left Doha for Cairo on Saturday afternoon to take part in the 50th meeting of the executive office of the Arab Justice Ministers’ Council slated for the Egyptian capital tomorrow, Sunday.
During the visit, HE the Qatari Justice Minister will also attend the 28th session of the Arab Justice Ministers’ Council due to kick off at the Arab League General Secretariat headquarters on Monday.
During their meetings, the Arab Justice Ministers are set to discuss a wide range of draft laws and agreements and other items tabled on the agenda to further enhance the already existing cooperation between the Arab countries in the legal and judicial areas.(QNA)

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