The Supreme People’s Courts of Vietnam and Laos have agreed to continue exchanging delegations at all levels. (Photo: VNA)

Vientiane (VNA) – Supreme People’s Courts of Vietnam and Laos have agreed to continue exchanging delegations at all levels to share experiences in trial, court management and judicial reform.

The consensus was reach at the talks between Deputy Chief Judge of the Supreme People’s Court of Vietnam Nguyen Thuy Hien and her Lao counterpart Khampha Sengdala in Vientiane on October 30.

The two officials expressed their delight at the sound cooperation between the courts in personnel training, research and experience sharing, especially after the two Supreme People’s Courts inked a cooperation agreement in 2008.

They affirmed that the collaboration has brought benefits to the two countries’ court systems, contributing to traditional cooperative relations between Vietnam and Laos.

Both sides agreed to develop a project on supporting Laos to establish administrative courts under the people’s court system.

The same day, the Vietnamese delegation is scheduled to meet with Lao Minister of Justice, Prosecutor General of the Lao Supreme People’s Procuracy and Chief Judge of the Lao Supreme People’s Court.

The delegation will share judicial experiences with Lao courts on October 31.-VNA