Chief Justice of the Union the Hon. U Htun Htun Oo meets with the Hon. Chief Justice Cheep Jullamon, President of the Supreme Court of the Kingdom of Thailand

Nay Pyi Taw, 25 January

Chief Justice of the Union the Hon. U Htun Htun Oo received the Hon. Chief Justice Cheep Jullamon, President of the Supreme Court of the Kingdom of Thailand at 09:30 a.m. in the Meeting Hall of the Supreme Court of the Union.

         

In the meeting, they cordially discussed to upgrade the bilateral cooperation between the judiciaries of Myanmar and Thailand, Court Administration and Gorvernance.

         

         

At the meeting, accompanying the Hon. Chief Justice Cheep Jullamon were the Justices: Hon. Justice Saowalak Jullamon၊ Hon. Justice Soros Suwannett၊ Justice Chaveng Choosiri၊ Justice Tanee Singhanat၊ Justice Decha Khamsitti၊ Judge Dr. Watchara Neitivanich၊ Judge Dr. Suthatip Jullamon Tasanachaikul and Deputy Secretary-General: Dr.Supakit Yampracha and Justices of the Supreme Court of the Union, U Tha Htay, U Myint Aung, U Myo Tint, U Soe Naing, U Myo Win, Permanent Secretary of the Office of the Union Chief Justice U Ko Ko Naing, Director-General of the office of the Union Judiciary Supervision Daw Tin New Soe and officials concerned.

         

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