Judicial ties important to Vietnam-Mozambique relations: NA leader

NDO/VNA – National Assembly (NA) Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan underlined the importance of judicial cooperation, which helps strengthen traditional cooperation between Vietnam and Mozambique, while receiving Mozambican Attorney-General Beatriz Buchili on August 21. At the meeting in Hanoi, the two sides hailed the countries’ relations since they set up diplomatic ties in 1975, adding that they have continually given enormous support to each other’s national protection and development. Chairwoman Ngan said aside from fine political linkages, connections in economy, trade, investment, education, agriculture and services have also been reinforced. She affirmed that the Vietnamese National Assembly supports the Supreme People’s Procuracy of Vietnam and the Mozambican Attorney General’s Office to step up cooperation and information and experience sharing so as to serve the reform and completion of each country’s judicial system. She added the recently signed memorandum of understanding between the two agencies is an important legal foundation for them to boost cooperation activities in the time ahead. For her part, Beatriz Buchili said her delegation’s working visit to Vietnam aims to bolster judicial connections and learn from the Southeast Asian nation’s experience in fighting trans-national crimes and wildlife poaching and trafficking. On this occasion, Chairwoman Ngan asked relevant agencies of Mozambique and the Attorney-General, within their competence, to create favourable conditions for Vietnamese people in the country. ... [read more]

NDO/VNA – National Assembly (NA) Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan underlined the importance of judicial cooperation, which helps strengthen traditional cooperation between Vietnam and Mozambique, while receiving Mozambican Attorney-General Beatriz Buchili on August 21. At the meeting in Hanoi, the two sides hailed the countries’ relations since they set up diplomatic ties in 1975, adding that they have continually given enormous support to each other’s national protection and development. Chairwoman Ngan said aside from fine political linkages, connections in economy, trade, investment, education, agriculture and services have also been reinforced. She affirmed that the Vietnamese National Assembly supports the Supreme People’s Procuracy of Vietnam and the Mozambican Attorney General’s Office to step up cooperation and information and experience sharing so as to serve the reform and completion of each country’s judicial system. She added the recently signed memorandum of understanding between the two agencies is an important legal foundation for them to boost cooperation activities in the time ahead. For her part, Beatriz Buchili said her delegation’s working visit to Vietnam aims to bolster judicial connections and learn from the Southeast Asian nation’s experience in fighting trans-national crimes and wildlife poaching and trafficking. On this occasion, Chairwoman Ngan asked relevant agencies of Mozambique and the Attorney-General, within their competence, to create favourable conditions for Vietnamese people in the country. ... [read more]

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(Cinet)- On the occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Diplomatic Relations between Viet Nam and Mozambique, renowned artists from Mozambique will perform in a joint show at Hanoi Opera House on June 16. Co-orgnised the Department of Performing Arts under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Embassy of Mozambique in Vietnam. The show will feature traditional and modern art performances of the African country, including Makwai and Semba dances, modern African ballet and popular songs by National Song and Dance Company.National Song and Dance Company of Mozambique formed in 1979, a group of young talented artists (dancers, musicians, actors, story tellers, etc.) joined to form an amateur dance troupe in the capital city of Maputo, under the auspices of the National Directorate for Culture. Those young men and women came from schools, state and private companies as well as from the Youth Organization. What followed was a true success story that led the newly formed ensemble to tour most of the country, thus establishing its nationwide reputation. In 1983, the group became professional and was renamed Companhia Nacional de Canto e Dança, its major goals being to collect, preserve and value, through public performance, the major expressive art forms (especially dance, music and theater) of the various peoples of Mozambique. In order to do so, artists were selected among the best performers in each of the nation’s 10 provinces and, at least once a year, they are sent to several parts of the…... [read more]

VGP - PM Nguyen Tan Dung on Thursday warmly welcomed Iranian Ambassador Hossein Al-Vandi Behine and Mozambican Ambassador Gamilien Munguambe who have just assumed offices in Vietnam. Vietnam and Iran are enjoying the fine relations, highlighted PM Dung at his reception for the Iranian Ambassador. PM Dung hoped that Ambassador Hossein Al-Vandi Behine would coordinate with Vietnamese ministries and agencies to fruitfully realize the signed agreements between the two countries. He also promised that the Vietnamese Government would create favorable conditions for the new diplomat to successfully fulfill his mission in Vietnam. Receiving new Mozambican Ambassador, the Vietnamese Government chief said he was delighted to witness the fine developments in the Vietnam-Mozambique relations. The host leader believed that the new diplomat would make positive contributions to beefing up the multi-faceted ties, particularly supporting Vietnamese businesses to invest in agriculture, aquaculture and telecommunication in Mozambique. Both the new Ambassador pledged to spare no effort to foster their countries' relations with Vietnam./. By Kim Loan... [read more]

The Vietnamese guests held talks with a Lao People’s Supreme Court delegation headed by Deputy Chief Judge Somboun Sonthikouman, discussing measures to strengthen cooperation between the two court sectors, helping foster the two countries’ special solidarity and comprehensive cooperation. The two sides signed the minutes of twin relations between the People’s Courts of central Lao and Vietnamese provinces as well as between Xieng Khouang and Nghe An, Champassak and Ba Ria-Vung Tau, and Xekong and Vinh Long provinces. During the visit, the Vietnamese delegation visited several socio-economic establishments in the capital city of Vientiane and Champassak province.... [read more]

Vietnam, Laos celebrate 30 years of judicial cooperation Vietnam, Laos cooperate in science and technology At the event, Bounpon Buttanavong, Politburo member, Secretary of the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party Central Committee and head of its office, presented the honor to Kiem and thanked him for his donation to the Laos 9th Party Congress. Over recent years, Kiem and his family conducted several charitable activities in Laos. Speaking at the ceremony, Kiem pledged to develop the Long Thanh-Vientiane Special Economic Zone into a model zone, aiming to create jobs for Lao people and contribute to promoting the special friendship, solidarity and comprehensive cooperation between Vietnam and Laos.... [read more]

The signing took place during talks between Chief Judge Truong Hoa Binh and his counterpart Peter Darak in Hanoi on November 10. Binh introduced some judicial reforms of Vietnam in recent times and hoped that the two sides will strengthen bilateral friendship and cooperative ties in the future. He spoke highly of Vietnam’s recent judicial reforms and revealed that the four-level court system has operated in Hungary for 10 years now, which helped judges set appropriate and effective sentences. Hungary is willing to share the experience with Vietnam, he confirmed. At the talks, the two sides agreed to further boost cooperation through implementing activities and programmes provided for in the MoU.... [read more]

The document, reached by Vietnamese Justice Minister Ha Hung Cuong and his Thai counterpart Paiboon Khumchaya during talks in Hanoi on March 23, highlighted the commitments of both sides to mutual support and cooperation in advantageous fields. The two ministries will share experience in legal and judicial reform, support one another at regional and international forums, and coordinate in improving laws on the execution of civil verdicts, informing citizens of laws and regulations, addressing disputes outside the court system, and enhancing the capacity of judicial officials. The ministers agreed to work together to realise and implement the MoU efficiently. During his one-day stay in Vietnam, the Thai Minister also visited Minister of Public Security Tran Dai Quang.... [read more]

The documents formed part of the Legal Cooperation Programme on Dialogue on the Rule of Law for the period 2015-2018. The joint statement is to extend a previously-signed agreement on legal and judicial cooperation between the Vietnamese and German governments in February, 2008. Meanwhile, the Programme on Dialogue on the Rule of Law from 2015 through April 2018 is designed to develop and fine-tune legal frameworks in the areas of criminal and criminal procedures, civil affairs and procedures, and economic and commercial affairs and guarantee law enforcement. Other issues cover capacity for parties concerned, raising awareness of laws in society and increasing the participation of all entities and community members in law enforcement. The cooperation approaches will include exchanges, talks, training courses, seminars and study tours. Both side voiced their hope that their legal and judicial cooperation will serve as a springboard for forging broader cooperation in other key sectors in the time ahead.... [read more]




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