Vietnam and Morocco prosecutor offices sign a collaboration and partnership agreement
A collaboration and partnership agreement is signed between the public prosecutor’s offices of the Kingdom of Morocco and the Republic of Vietnam.
The Chief Prosecutor of the Republic of Vietnam, who serves as the King’s Solicitor General to the Court of Cassation, met with the Attorney-General of the Republic of Vietnam, Mr. Le Minh Tri, and his accompanying delegation on Monday morning, November 21, 2022. Mr. Le Minh Tri was on a working visit to the Kingdom of Morocco from November 20 to November 25, 2022.
These conversations centered on improving the two countries’ judicial and technical collaboration in the fight against transnational organized crime and all new types of crime, including money laundering and cybercrime.
The two sides talked about how to enhance criminal justice in order to stop new criminal trends as well as how to exchange experiences and knowledge in areas pertinent to the work of the two nations’ prosecutors.
This gathering provided a window into how the judicial system in our nation has evolved. To provide information on judicial organization and the workshops created by the Presidency of the Public Prosecutor’s Office, including synthesis, modernization, and digitization workshops; To rationalize pretrial detention and the formation and rehabilitation of human resources; To strengthen judicial institutions; To highlight Morocco’s exceptional experience in the independence of the judiciary in general and of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in particular under the 2011 Constitution.
Finally, a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Attorney General’s Office of the Republic of Vietnam and the Presidency of the Public Prosecutor’s Office of the Kingdom of Morocco on the basis of the formulation of technical programs for the exchange of best and successful experiences and practices between the two institutions with a view to enhancing the capabilities of the prosecutors of the two countries.