Vietnam, Hungary hope for strengthened justice links hinh anh 1The signing of a cooperation agreement for 2016-2017 between the two ministries (Source: VNA)
Hanoi (VNA) – Hungary is willing to share its experience and wants to learn from Vietnam’s experience in justice, thus deepening links between the two countries’ judicial sector, said Hungarian Minister of Public Administration and Justice Laszlo Trocsanyi.

The Hungarian guest made the remark during a talk with his Vietnamese counterpart Ha Hung Cuong on March 15 as part of his working visit to Vietnam from March 14-17, which aims to further strengthen judicial cooperation in particular and bilateral friendship and cooperation.

He briefed the host on his country’s judiciary, saying that the Hungarian Ministry focuses on enhancing the trust of its people in the national judiciary and protecting the country’s constitution.
Justice Minister Cuong said he believes the visit will open new opportunities for the two sides to share experience, contributing to developing both sides’ judiciary.

He stressed that Vietnam is working to fine-turn its legal system in order to serve the enforcement of the 2013 Constitution.

On the occasion, a cooperation programme between the two ministries in 2016-2017 was inked, with a view to making concrete their cooperation and bilateral commitments in many fields - that were agreed in a previous agreement signed in 2012.

Under the programme, the two ministries will exchange experience to help with Vietnam’s building of a law on the issuance of administrative decisions, and an electronic database serving the judicial sector, especially in the fields of notarisation and registration of secured transactions.

They will hold negotiations of a mutual legal assistance agreement in civil matters between the two nations, and discuss measures to further promote links in mutual legal support within t he Hague Conference.

As planned, Hungarian Minister Laszlo Trocsanyi and Prosecutor General of the Supreme People’s Procuracy Nguyen Hoa Binh will sign a mutual legal assistance agreement in criminal matters between the two States.

The Hungarian guest will give a speech at the Hanoi Law University on Hungary’s new constitution and experience in constitutional enforcement in the country.-VNA
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