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Kuwati law officials visit judicial bodies in Holland
October 28, 2015, 5:02 pm

Kuwait's Public Prosecutor Dherar Al-Asousi, along with a delegation accompanying him on a current mission in Holland, visited a number of law and judicial bodies in the Hague, including the International Criminal Court (ICC), the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and the Ministry of Security and Justice.

In a statement to KUNA on Wednesday, Al-Asousi said he met with ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, who presented the work regime of the ICC to the Kuwaiti delegation, including cases of genocide and war crimes the court looks into, and its role in tracking criminals on an international level.The delegation also attended a session on the Congo issue at the ICC to closely monitor the working environment and steps taken to deal with such cases at the court, he added.

Meanwhile, the official said he has also met with secretary general of ICJ, where they discussed joint cooperation and Kuwait's eagerness to choose Kuwaiti candidate Advisor Abdulhadi Al-Attar to be appointed as a judge in ICJ.

Furthermore, the delegation met with senior officials from the Ministry of Security and Justice, who shared thorough information on means of fighting organized crimes, prison system, international cooperation and migration, said Al-Asousi.

Source: KUNA

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