Posted by: APO | 4 May 2008

Egypt / China Senior CPC leader calls for more judicial co-op between China, Egypt

Senior CPC leader calls for more judicial co-op between China, Egypt


A senior leader of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Friday called for greater judicial cooperation between China and Egypt.

Zhou Yongkang, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, made the remark while meeting with Mokbel Shaker, chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council of Egypt.

Zhou said the two nations had developed stable relations over the past 50 years with frequent high-level visits and sound cooperation.

Zhou said Shaker’s visit would help promote judicial cooperation between the two nations.

Zhou briefed the guests on the construction of China’s legal system, and invited Shaker and his delegation to offer their experience in legal and judicial fields.

Shaker said Egypt respected China’s sovereignty, and opposed any external interference into China’s affairs.

He believed the Beijing Olympic Games would be successful.

Shaker also hoped the justice organs from both nations would expand exchange and cooperation.

Shaker and his delegation are visiting at the invitation of the Supreme People’s Court of China.


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