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March 3, 2021

Romania, Georgia sign new cooperation agreement between Justice Ministries

Romania’s Justice Minister Raluca Pruna (photo R) and her Georgian counterpart Thea Tsulukiani signed a new cooperation agreement between the two national justice ministries in Tbilisi, on Monday. “Under the new agreement, the two parties will promote efficient cooperation in the areas of mutual judiciary assistance, European affairs, exchanges of judiciary information, exchanges of experience on justice reform, exchanges of information on bills and the implementation of judiciary orders, as well as cooperation related to judiciary aspects of shared interest,” the Romanian Justice Ministry says in a press statement.

The agreement was concluded for an indefinite time, to replace a previous one signed in 2004.

The signing of the new cooperation agreement between the Romanian Justice Ministry and Georgian Justice Ministry was the main objective of Justice Minister’s Pruna’s visit to Tbilisi Monday and Tuesday at the invitation of her Georgian counterpart.

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