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Supreme courts of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia bolster cooperation

The supreme courts of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia have agreed to strengthen bonds in the combat against criminals and the settlement of trans-border civil cases.

In a joint statement issued at their fifth conference of border provinces’ courts which took place in Phnom Penh, Cambodian on December 14-15, they were unanimous that in the context of more complicated and unpredictable global developments such as terrorism and territorial disputes, cooperation among the three supreme courts and courts in the border localities has had an increasing role in maintaining regional security and stability.

Supreme courts, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, bolster cooperation, rans-border civil cases, unpredictable global developments, border localities, international trade conflicts, integration process

At the fifth conference of border provinces’ courts of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.

Since the ASEAN Economic Community was set up, trade and investment among the three countries have been thriving. However, it has triggered several formidable challenges, including the rising level of complexity and severity in criminal cases, and international trade conflicts.

Thus, it needs strong bonds among the three judicial bodies and the establishment of a coordinating board to address criminal cases, cross-border disputes in civil affairs and trade will have a positive impact on the global integration process in each country.

The three supreme courts reached consensus on strategies and multilateral cooperation mechanisms. Accordingly, they will enhance experience exchange in trial of civil and criminal cases, as well as collaboration in the fight against trafficking of drugs, human and wildlife animals.

They reiterated that the collaboration will help promote traditional friendship, which is deemed as a key to stability and development of each nation.

Before attending the conference, Chief Justice of the Supreme People’s Court of Vietnam Nguyen Hoa Binh had a meeting with Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Cambodia Dith Munty.

The first and fourth conferences were held in Vietnam, while the second and the fifth were held in Cambodia, and the third in Laos.

The sixth edition of its kind is due to take place in Laos.


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Source: VNA

Supreme courts, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, bolster cooperation, rans-border civil cases, unpredictable global developments, border localities, international trade conflicts, integration process
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