The meeting of 3rd Joint Committee between Singapore, Ministry of Law and the Joint Committee of The Union Supreme Court

Naypyitaw   March 26

The meeting of 3rd Joint Committee between Singapore, Ministry of Law and the Joint Committee of The Union Supreme Court under the SMILE MoU is held at the meeting room of the Union Supreme Court, at 10:30 am on 26 March 2019.

         

The meeting of 3rd Joint Committee Meeting was attended by Singapore delegation led by the H.E. Mr. Edwin Tong, Senior Minister, the members of Joint Committee of the Union Supreme Court led by the Hon. Tha Htay, Justice of the Union Supreme Court.

         

Under the MoU, Ministry of Law, Singapore and the Joint Committee of The Union Supreme Court agreed to meet at least once every two years alternately in Singapore and in Myanmar. Then, many initiatives and activities have been implementing through mutual cooperation, such as 8 times for Court-Attachment program by Myanmar judges and judicial officers in Singapore Supreme Court and State Courts; numerous workshops, seminar and trainings under particular subject conducted in Singapore and in Myanmar including providing the legal materials under the MoU, outlining by the Joint Committee Meetings.

         

During the meeting, both side discussed on further activities and next steps to implement Priority Actions for 2019 and beyond.    

 

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