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Published Date: Tuesday 7 November 2017 - 12:49:44
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Gharibabadi:

Tehran, Amsterdam to bolster judicial ties

Tehran, Amsterdam to bolster judicial ties
IRAN  - Kazem Gharibabadi, Iran's Deputy Human Rights Chief, said Iran and the Netherlands were determined to boost bilateral cooperation over legal and judicial matters.

Deputy Secretary General of Iran's High Council for Human Rights for International Affairs Kazem Gharibabadi, who was leading a top-ranking legal and judicial delegation to the Dutch city of Hague, stated "in view of emerging conditions, Iran and the Netherlands have decided to launch and develop collaboration in legal and judicial fields."

On outcomes of his visit, the official said Iranian judges had met with their Dutch counterparts in the Supreme Court, Administrative Justice Court, the Court of Appeal and the Judicial Council of the European country and had meticulously mulled over the judicial systems of the two parties.

Also on the agenda of the Iranian delegation in the visit to the Netherlands was to visit and speak with authorities of its largest prison, the National Human Rights Institute of the country, as well as the Dutch government council, which is responsible for providing advice on all drafts and bills of the parliament.

Iran's deputy human rights chief, while pointing to numerous similarities between judicial systems of the two countries, added that exchange of delegation would enhance legal and judicial cooperation between the two countries and would also pave the path for introducing the Islamic Republic of Iran's advanced judicial system to other countries as well as for exchanges of mutual experiences.

At the end of his remarks, Gharibabadi reported on continuation of legal and judicial cooperation between the two countries saying "a delegation of Dutch judges was officially invited to make a visit to Iran in the first half of 2018."

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Published Date: Tuesday 7 November 2017 - 12:49:44
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