Morocco and Oman have inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to bolster judicial cooperation between the two nations. The signing ceremony took place in Rabat, involving key personnel from the Prosecutor General's office of Morocco and the Public Prosecution of Oman.
Advancing Judicial Cooperation
The MoU, signed by the Attorney General of the King at the Court of Cassation, Hassan Daki, and the Public Prosecutor of Oman, Nasr bin Khamis Al-Sawai, seeks to enhance technical programs. The aim is to facilitate the exchange of experiences and best practices, thereby improving the efficacy of the public prosecution's activities in both countries.
Hassan Daki underscored that the agreement is in line with the Moroccan Prosecutor General's office's ongoing initiatives to interact with its regional and international counterparts. The MoU is expected to influence a broader perspective on Oman's expertise in criminal policy, management of public prosecutions, and the justice system as a whole.
Strengthening Public Prosecution Capacities
Daki reiterated the commitment of both institutions to fortify the capacities of public prosecutors and advance Arab and international justice. This commitment is seen as a crucial step in bolstering the justice system's resilience and adaptability.
From the Omani side, Nasr bin Khamis Al-Sawai exhibited optimism for amplified communication and cooperation. The focus will be on combating crime, judicial deputations, and the sharing of expertise through joint initiatives. These efforts aim at unifying visions in related fields and reinforcing the justice system's capabilities in tackling complex legal challenges.