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GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS - JUDICIAL AGREEMENTS

UAE and Italy sign two agreements on judicial cooperation

Posted on 18/09/2015

The United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Italy have signed two agreements for judicial and legal cooperation, including extradition rules and mutual legal assistance in criminal matters between the two countries. The agreements were signed by Sultan bin Saeed Al Badi, Minister of Justice for the UAE, and the Italian Minister of Justice, Andrea Orlando, in a ceremony yesterday in Abu Dhabi on the sidelines of the Minister's current visit to the country. The signing ceremony was attended by ...  >>MORE

UAE, Nigeria wrap up negotiations on judicial cooperation

Posted on 02/03/2015

UAE and Nigerian officials have concluded three days of negotiations on ways to boost legal and judicial cooperation. The first and final round of negotiations discussed treaties on areas such as Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters, Judicial Cooperation on Civil and Commercial Matters, and on Extradition of Criminals and Transport of Convicted People. – Emirates News Agency, WAM – >>MORE

U.A.E., Russia sign legal and judicial cooperation agreements

Posted on 26/11/2014

The U.A.E. and the Federal Republic of Russia yesterday signed two agreements for judicial and legal cooperation. Inked by the U.A.E.'s Minister of Justice, Sultan bin Saeed Al Badi, and Prosecutor General of Russia, Yury Chaika, in Abu Dhabi, the two treaties deal with extradition of criminals and mutual legal assistance in criminal matters. The U.A.E. Minister stressed the importance of exchange of expertise between the two countries, adding that the agreements would contribute towards ...  >>MORE

U.A.E., Uzbekistan sign judicial cooperation agreements

Posted on 12/11/2014

The United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Uzbekistan have signed three agreements for judicial and legal cooperation. The agreements were signed earlier yesterday by U.A.E. Justice Minister Sultan bin Saaed Al Badi and his Uzbek counterpart Nigmatilla Yoldoshev who is currently heading a delegation which is currently visiting the U.A.E.. The agreements pertain to extradition of criminals, transfer of convicted persons and mutual legal assistance on criminal matters. Al Badi praised ...  >>MORE

UAE, Iran sign documents on extradition, legal and judicial assistance agreements

Posted on 05/02/2014

The United Arab Emirates and the Islamic Republic of Iran, yesterday signed at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA), the minutes on exchange of special ratification documents of the extradition and legal judicial assistance agreements on mutual civil and commercial matters. Dr. Abdul Rahim Yousef Al Awadi, Assistant Foreign Minister for Legal Affairs, signed on the behalf of the UAE, while Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the UAE, Mohammed Reda Fayyad signed on the behalf of his ...  >>MORE

UAE, Indonesia sign two extradition and legal assistance agreements

Posted on 03/02/2014

The United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Indonesia have signed two judicial agreements: the first on extradition and the second on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters. Dr. Hadef bin Joan Al Dhahiri, Minister of Justice signed on the behalf of the UAE, while Amir Shamsuddin, Minister of Justice and Human Rights of Indonesia signed on the behalf of his country. Present were Mohammed bin Hamad Al Badi, Under Secretary of the Ministry of Justice, assistant under secretaries and Salman ...  >>MORE

UAE, Russia discuss judicial cooperation

Posted on 26/01/2014

The UAE and Russia concluded on Thursday the three-day new round of talks regarding the agreement on extradition of criminals and assistance in criminal issues. The UAE side was headed by adviser Abdul Rahman Murad Al Balooshi, Director of the Department of International Cooperation, including the representatives from the Ministries of Justice, Interior, Foreign Affairs and Attorney General Offices in Abu Dhabi and Dubai and other competent authorities. Meanwhile, the Russian side was headed ...  >>MORE

Justice Minister hails judicial cooperation between UAE and Singapore

Posted on 28/02/2011

Minister of Justice Dr. Hadef Jouan Al Dhahiri hailed the standing judicial cooperation between UAE and Singapore and stressed the keenness to promote and develop the relations. Receiving Singapore Supreme Court Judge Justice Tay Yong Kwang in Abu Dhabi, Al Dhaheri said that this could be achieved through exchange of expertise for improving the judicial systems in both countries. Delegations representing both sides held talks yesterday at the Ministry of Justice to chalk out mechanisms for ...  >>MORE

UAE and Uzbekistan sign three judicial agreements

Posted on 27/09/2010

UAE and Uzbekistan have signed minutes of the first round of negotiations of the judicial agreements between the two countries including extradition, providing assistance in criminal matters and transfer of prisoners. The agreement was signed by Yunus Yusuf Al-Redha, Chairman of the Sharjah Federal Court of Appeal and Namatullah Youlad Ashev, Deputy of the Public Attorney of Uzbekistan. UAE delegation includes representatives from the Ministry of Justice, Federal and local Attorney General ...  >>MORE

UAE-Uzbekistan negotiate judicial agreements

Posted on 21/09/2010

Officials from the UAE and Uzbekistan started yesterday the first round of talks aimed at striking three treaties on extradition of criminals, transfer of convicts and mutual assistance in criminal matters. The bilateral negotiations will last for three days to pave the way for concluding the three agreements. – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

UAE, Netherlands sign MOU for judicial cooperation

Posted on 09/08/2010

The Hague - UAE Minister of Justice Dr. Hadef bin Jouan Al Dhahiri and his Dutch counterpart Ernst Hirsch Ballin signed a memorandum of understanding on judicial and legal cooperation in criminal matters and the exchange of legal expertise. The MOU comes in the framework of joint cooperation between the two countries and enhance bilateral relations developed in all fields between the UAE and the Netherlands, said Dr. Al Dhahiri. It included an agreement for full cooperation in the legal and ...  >>MORE

UAE, USA discuss draft judicial agreements

Posted on 06/05/2010

New York - Visiting UAE Minister of Justice Dr. Hadef Al Dhahiri held expanded talks yesterday with US Attorney General Eric Holder over draft agreements the two countries are intending to conclude on judicial and legal fields. Ways of boosting bilateral judicial cooperation including training of members of judiciary and public prosecution in the US universities and institutes of law were discussed during the talks. The UAE minister and his accompanying delegation visited Office of the Attorney ...  >>MORE

UAE, Jordan hold judicial talks

Posted on 04/03/2010

UAE Justice Minister Dr. Hadef Al Dhahiri held talks yesterday with his Jordanian counterpart Dr Ayman Awedh over programmes of boosting joint cooperation and exchange of experts and expertise. During the talks, the UAE minister gave a presentation of his ministry's vision in light of the federal government strategy. The minister lauded judicial cooperation between the UAE and Jordan and highlighted efforts being made by the two sisterly countries to push the existing close cooperation to new ...  >>MORE

Video matter referred to the Abu Dhabi Public Prosecution Office

Posted on 11/05/2009

Abu Dhabi, 11th May 2009 (WAM) -- The Abu Dhabi Judicial Department has announced, in a press release today, its acceptance of the recommendation of its Human Rights Office to refer all documents related to the recently broadcasted video depicting the ill treatment of an individual to the Abu Dhabi Public Prosecution Office. The Office has requested that the Public Prosecution Office conduct a comprehensive and thorough investigation of the depicted incident, immediately and without delay, ...  >>MORE

UAE-Ukraine ink judicial cooperation agreements

Posted on 09/03/2009

The UAE and Ukraine signed yesterday a host of agreements on Judicial Cooperation and Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters at the end of three-day bilateral talks. Yunis Al Reda, Chairman of Federal Court of Appeal in Sharjah, who co-chaired the talks with Valeria Lutkovska, Deputy Minister of Justice, Ukraine, said the negotiations were conducted in a cordial atmosphere of cooperation and optimism. 'The signed treaties will contribute to fighting crimes and facilitating extradition of ...  >>MORE

UAE and Afghanistan sign extradition treaty

Posted on 20/10/2008

The United Arab Emirates and Islamic Republic of Afghanistan yesterday signed three agreements on extradition of criminals, mutual legal assistance in criminal matters and assistance on civilian matters. The agreements were signed today by H.E. Dr. Jawan Hadef Al Dhaheri, Minister of Justice and Afghani Minister of Foreign Affairs Rangin Dadfar Spanta. The signing ceremony was attended by Foreign Minister H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Dr Al Dhaheri said signing of the agreements ...  >>MORE

UAE, UK discuss judicial cooperation

Posted on 26/09/2008

UAE Minister of Justice Dr. Hadef Bin Jua'an Al-Dhaheri and UK Ambassador to the UAE Anthony Oakden yesterday discussed venues of judicial and legal cooperation. The two sides agreed on working on overcoming barriers to the implementation of two bilateral Treaties on Extradition of Criminals and on Mutual Legal Cooperation in civil, criminal and commercial matters signed in March 2008 by the two countries. Present at the meeting in Abu Dhabi were Head of the International Cooperation ...  >>MORE

UAE, Tunisia conclude talks on judicial cooperation

Posted on 08/03/2008

Tunis - The United Arab Emirates and Tunisia yesterday concluded talks aimed at boosting judicial cooperation between the two countries. The UAE delegation was headed by Dr Abdul Rahim Yousif Al Awadhi, Justice Ministry's assistant under secretary for international cooperation & planning, while the Tunisian side was led by Mohamed Al Saleh bin Ayyad, Secretary of State and Director of Justice Departments. The two sides agreed to study a draft extradition treaty and an agreement on judicial ...  >>MORE

UAE, Tunisia to boost judicial cooperation

Posted on 04/03/2008

Tunis - The United Arab Emirates and Tunisia are considering new agreements for judicial cooperation, including an extradition treaty and agreements on civil laws and penal codes. Delegations from the two countries began meetings here yesterday to discuss ways of enhancing cooperation. The UAE delegation is being led by HE Dr Abdul Rahman Yousif Al Awadhi, Justice Ministry's Assistant Under Secretary for International Cooperation & Planning and the Tunisian delegation is led by Mohammed Al ...  >>MORE

Dubai Courts, Supreme Iraqi Judicial Council ink a training agreement

Posted on 09/11/2007

Dubai Courts signed here yesterday an agreement with the Iraqi Judicial Council to provide field training to 10 administrative cadres at different units at the Iraqi courts. Dr. Ahmed Saeed bin Hazeem, director general of the Dubai Courts Department signed on behalf of the Dubai Courts, while Rima Das Badhan signed on behalf of World Bank (WB). Medhat Al Mahmoud, a judge, signed on behalf of the Supreme Iraqi Judicial Council. Abdulwahid Galadari, Director of Department of Human Resources at ...  >>MORE

UAE, Australia sign two extradition and legal assistance treaties

Posted on 30/07/2007

Canberra - The United Arab Emirates and Australia signed Sunday two treaties on extradition of criminals and mutual legal assistance on criminal matters. The two treaties were signed here in Australia by Mohammed bin Nakhira Al Dhahiri UAE Minister of Justice who was on a visit from 23 to 27 July and David Johnston, Minister for Justice and Customs and Senator for Western Australia. The treaties cover extradition cooperation between the two countries for crimes such as people (human) ...  >>MORE

UAE, Iran set to sign extradition treaty

Posted on 18/07/2007

Tehran - Delegations from the United Arab Emirates and the Islamic Republic of Iran today wrapped up the first round of talks on proposed agreements on extradition of criminals, legal assistance in criminal matters and judicial assistance in civil and commercial matters. Minutes of the three-day meetings were signed by the heads of the two delegations. The two sides agreed on a number of draft provisions. They also agreed to hold a second round of talks to discuss the remaining provisions. The ...  >>MORE

UAE, US explore avenues of judicial cooperation

Posted on 10/12/2006

Attorney General Salim Saeed Kabish explored yesterday with visiting Michael Janison, Counsellor at the US Justice Department, prospects of joint cooperation in judicial affairs. Kabish briefed the US official on the various phases of progress in the judiciary system in the UAE and heard from his guest about the alternative penalties adopted by US federal courts. The meeting also discussed the possibility of organising a workshop for public prosecution members on the US experiment in ...  >>MORE

UK, UAE sign two extradition and legal assistance treaties

Posted on 07/12/2006

London - British Home Secretary Dr. John Reid MP and the UAE Minister of Justice Mohammed Nakhira Al Dhaheri signed yesterday two bilateral Treaties on Extradition and on Mutual Legal Assistance. The treaties will provide a clear legal basis for bilateral law enforcement cooperation. In a statement at the signing ceremony in London, Dr. Reid said "this signature ceremony is an important occasion. Our two countries are already working well together on key law enforcement issues of mutual ...  >>MORE

Arab Justice Ministers begin meeting

Posted on 28/11/2006

Cairo - The 35th meeting of the Executive Bureau of Arab Justice Ministers started here yesterday at the General secretariat of Arab League. The UAE delegation to the meeting is led by Justice Minister Mohammed bin Nakhira Al Dhaheri. The ministers discussed a report submitted by the General secretariat on the steps taken to implement decisions made during last meeting. Key agenda of the meeting include the Pan-Arab agreement on counter-terrorism, as well as other accords on combating money ...  >>MORE

Khalifa issues law on international judicial cooperation

Posted on 13/11/2006

President H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has issued federal law No (39) for 2006 dealing with international judicial cooperation on criminal matters. The 80-article legislation spells out terms and cases regarding extradition of convicted persons, and belongings to a third party country and procedures to be followed before the public prosecution and referral to court. The law also covers aspects of judicial assistance, immunity of witnesses and experts before foreign judiciary and ...  >>MORE

UAE-Australia initial two accords

Posted on 03/09/2006

Sydney - The UAE and Australia on Friday initialled two agreements on judicial cooperation and criminal extradition. The accords were signed on behalf of the UAE by Abdul Rahim Yousef Al Awadi, Assistant Under Secretary of the Ministry of Justice for International Cooperation, and for Australia by Robin Warner, Assistant Under Secretary at the International Crimes Section in the Attorney General's Chamber. The agreements were reached after a five-day talks. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

UAE, Australia begin talks on judicial cooperation

Posted on 29/08/2006

Sydney - The UAE and Australia began here on Monday the second round of talks on judicial cooperation and criminal extradition. According to Abdul Rahim Yousef Al Awadi, Assistant Under Secretary of the Ministry of Justice for International Cooperation, the two sides reached an agreement on a wide range of judicial matters and are set to begin talks on extradition treaty. "The outstanding issues will be resolved soon as there is a strong resolve by the two sides. Most of these issues will be ...  >>MORE

UAE-USA judicial & legal cooperation discussed

Posted on 13/08/2006

Assistant undersecretary for planning and international cooperation at the Ministry of Justice Dr. Abdul Rahim Yousef Al Awadhi received yesterday resident legal advisor at the USA embassy in Abu Dhabi Michael Johnson. The meeting touched on legal and judicial cooperation between the two countries in addition to proposed extradition, criminal and judicial training agreements. (Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

UAE, UK ink heads of agreement on judicial cooperation

Posted on 13/05/2006

The United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom have entered into three heads of agreements on extradition of criminals, mutual cooperation in criminal matters and in civil and commercial matters. The agreements were signed in London yesterday by Yousif Al Awadhi, Justice Ministry's Assistant Under Secretary for International Cooperation and Planning and Robert Dean, Deputy Head of the British Mission in Abu Dhabi. During their five-day talks, the two sides reviewed pending issues relating to ...  >>MORE

UAE-Morocco judicial cooperation agreement signed

Posted on 22/04/2006

Rabat - The UAE and Morocco have agreed to boost their bilateral judicial cooperation. Under an agreement signed today by the UAE and Moroccan Justice Ministers, the two countries are to cooperate on a wide spectrum of areas including criminal, civil, trading and personal status matters. The 72-article agreement, which replaces an earlier one concluded between the two countries in 1978, contains updates on a number of legal issues, including cooperation in personal status and criminal matters. ...  >>MORE

Arab Justice Ministers Council holds meeting

Posted on 30/11/2005

Cairo - The Council of Arab Justice Ministers held its 21st session here today under the chairmanship of Fareed Al Jallad, Palestinian Justice Minister. The UAE delegation to the meeting is led by Mohammed bin Nakhira Al Dhahiri, Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf. The ministers discussed implementation of the pan-Arab counter-terrorism agreement, drafting of an anti-money laundering accord and an accord on combating terrorism finance. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

UAE, Libya discuss judicial co-operation

Posted on 24/09/2005

Tripoli - The Secretary for Libyan General People's Committee for Justice, Omar Al Hasnawi, received at his office here Thursday evening Religious Counsellor at the Ministry of Presidential Affairs, Ali Al Hashimi. During the meeting, which was held in the presence of UAE Ambassador, Abdullah Sulaiman Al Hamadi, Al Hasnawi praised the unique ties between the UAE and his country. He also praised the UAE for achieving comprehensive development in all areas. He pointed out that he would strive ...  >>MORE

UAE participates in Rule of Law congress

Posted on 06/09/2005

The United Arab Emirates is taking part in the conference on the rule of law and harmony of international society, which started yesterday in Beijing. The country's delegation to the conference is the led by Mohammed bin Nakhira Al Dhaheri, Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf. Al Dhaheri told WAM that the conference will discuss a number of issues, including global terrorism and the need to define terrorism. It will also tackle international cooperation to combat corruption, ...  >>MORE

UAE, Azerbaijan initial judicial cooperation agreements

Posted on 21/07/2005

The United Arab Emirates and Azerbaijan Wednesday initialled three draft agreements on judicial and legal cooperation. The draft agreements cover, among other things, extraditions and cooperation in criminal, civil and commercial fields. According to Abdulrahim al Awadhi, Under Secretary of the Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments, the extradition agreement is governed by general rules which regulate the extradition process, including precautionary apprehension in criminal ...  >>MORE

UAE, France ink judicial bills

Posted on 08/07/2005

The UAE and France signed on Wednesday three draft agreements to strengthen bilateral legal and judicial cooperation. The bills, which cover criminal matters, extradition of criminals and transport of convicted people, were inked following three days of two between the UAE and French legal experts. Abdul Rahim Al Awadi, Acting Under Secretary of Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf, for International Cooperation, said the negotiations were conducted in a cordial, friendly ...  >>MORE

UAE, France discuss draft judicial accords

Posted on 05/07/2005

The UAE and France began yesterday talks on draft agreements for strengthening joint legal and judicial cooperation. Officials from the UAE Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf and experts from French ministries of interior and foreign affairs met here to discuss details of these drafts. Counsellor Abdul Rahim Al Awadi, Justice Ministry Acting Under Secretary for International Cooperation and Planning and Head of the UAE delegation, said these agreements Would help enhance joint ...  >>MORE

UAE, Morocco sign draft of judicial cooperation agreement

Posted on 05/06/2005

The UAE and Morocco Saturday signed here Saturday a draft of a judicial cooperation agreement in the areas of extradition of criminals, criminal, civil and commercial cases and personal law. The agreement was signed here at the premises of the Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf by the Ministry's Assistant Under Secretary for International Cooperation and Planning Affairs, Abdul Rahim Al Awadhi, who signed for the UAE side, while the Director General of the Moroccan Higher Judicial ...  >>MORE

UAE, China exchange documents of judicial agreement

Posted on 14/03/2005

The UAE and Peoples Republic of China yesterday exchanged documents of ratification for the judicial agreement on civil and commercial matters. The documents were signed by Abdullah Rashid al Nu'aimi, Foreign Ministry's Under Secretary and Zhang Zhijun, Chinese Ambassador. The agreement shall go into effect after 30 days from the exchange of document. The agreement was signed on 21 April 2004 in Beijing by Mohammed bin Nakhira Al Dhahiri, Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf and ...  >>MORE

UAE elected member of executive office of Arab Justice Ministers Council

Posted on 30/11/2004

The Arab Justice Ministers Council yesterday elected the UAE as member of its executive office. Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf, Mohammed bin Nakhira Al Dhahiri, led the UAE delegation to the 20th meeting of the council, which opened yesterday in Cairo. Dr. Ali Ibrahim Al Hossani, Assistant Under Secretary for Fatwa Affairs, Legislations and State Issues, said today that the UAE had been elected to the membership of the Council, under the chairmanship of Egypt, the vice ...  >>MORE

UAE, Germany discuss judicial cooperation

Posted on 29/04/2004

Berlin - UAE Minister of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Awqaf, Mohammed bin Nakhira Al Dhairi, yesterday received German Justice Minister Brigitte Zypries. The two ministers discussed aspects of joint cooperation in judicial matters. The UAE minister expressed the UAE's interest in concluding three agreements for bilateral cooperation in civil and commercial measures, extradition of criminals and criminal aspects. The German minister gave his initial approval for inking these important ...  >>MORE

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UAE and Italy sign two agreements on judicial cooperation


UAE, Nigeria wrap up negotiations on judicial cooperation


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U.A.E., Uzbekistan sign judicial cooperation agreements


UAE, Iran sign documents on extradition, legal and judicial assistance agreements


UAE, Indonesia sign two extradition and legal assistance agreements


UAE, Russia discuss judicial cooperation


Justice Minister hails judicial cooperation between UAE and Singapore


UAE and Uzbekistan sign three judicial agreements


UAE-Uzbekistan negotiate judicial agreements


UAE, Netherlands sign MOU for judicial cooperation


UAE, USA discuss draft judicial agreements


UAE, Jordan hold judicial talks


Video matter referred to the Abu Dhabi Public Prosecution Office


UAE-Ukraine ink judicial cooperation agreements


UAE and Afghanistan sign extradition treaty


UAE, UK discuss judicial cooperation


UAE, Tunisia conclude talks on judicial cooperation


UAE, Tunisia to boost judicial cooperation


Dubai Courts, Supreme Iraqi Judicial Council ink a training agreement


UAE, Australia sign two extradition and legal assistance treaties


UAE, Iran set to sign extradition treaty


UAE, US explore avenues of judicial cooperation


UK, UAE sign two extradition and legal assistance treaties


Arab Justice Ministers begin meeting


Khalifa issues law on international judicial cooperation


UAE-Australia initial two accords


UAE, Australia begin talks on judicial cooperation


UAE-USA judicial & legal cooperation discussed


UAE, UK ink heads of agreement on judicial cooperation


UAE-Morocco judicial cooperation agreement signed


Arab Justice Ministers Council holds meeting


UAE, Libya discuss judicial co-operation


UAE participates in Rule of Law congress


UAE, Azerbaijan initial judicial cooperation agreements


UAE, France ink judicial bills


UAE, France discuss draft judicial accords


UAE, Morocco sign draft of judicial cooperation agreement


UAE, China exchange documents of judicial agreement


UAE elected member of executive office of Arab Justice Ministers Council


UAE, Germany discuss judicial cooperation