Vietnam’s court sector is willing to share experience with its Cuban counterpart so that they can further perfect the two countries’ legal systems, contributing to maintaining security and social order as well as sustainable development.

Chief Judge of the Supreme People’s Court Truong Hoa Binh made the remark during talks with his Cuban counterpart Ruben Remigio Ferro as part of his working visit to Cuba from March 10-15.

Binh thanked the Cuban people for their valuable support and assistance for Vietnam during the struggle for national independence in the past as well as the current national construction and development.

He also briefed his host about the Vietnamese court sector’s activities and the country’s judiciary reform roadmap.

For his part, Ferro said that Vietnam’s experience is valuable for Cuba as the country is in the process of reforming its legal system to suit the reality of its development.

He affirmed that like Vietnam, Cuba always respects citizens’ basic rights and seriously follows international conventions. He said it is determined to struggle against law violations and educate its people to abide by the law in the interests of the nation.

Regarding bilateral cooperation, the two sides agreed to continue supporting each other in staff training and exchanges of delegations and documents.

During his stay in Cuba, Binh met with President of the National Assembly of People’s Power Esteban Lazo and head of the International Relations Department of the Communist Party of Cuba Central Committee Hose Ramon Balaguer.-VNA