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06 December 2022, 09:47

Head of Belarus' Supreme Court attends All-Russia Congress of Judges

Valentin Sukalo. An archive photo
Valentin Sukalo. An archive photo

MINSK, 5 December (BelTA) – It is necessary and relevant to keep expanding multilateral relations between judicial systems of various countries, especially the countries in the post-Soviet space, Chairman of the Supreme Court of Belarus Valentin Sukalo was quoted as saying by the press service of the Supreme Court following his participation in the 10th All-Russia Congress of Judges in Moscow, BelTA informs.

Representatives of the Supreme Court of Belarus who took part in the congress had the opportunity to study the state and prospects of the judicial system of the Russian Federation, exchange best practices in solving topical legal issues in the judiciary field, strengthen professional ties and expand interaction with representatives of the judiciary of Russia and other states.

While in Moscow Valentin Sukalo held a number of bilateral meetings with the heads of the judicial systems of other countries. He noted that the development of multilateral relations between various judicial systems will help improve the efficiency of justice.

The congress brought together more than 800 delegates from the Russian Federation and other states, including the heads of the highest judicial institutions of Azerbaijan, Armenia, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Cuba, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Chairman of the Court of the Eurasian Economic Union.

The 10th All-Russia Congress of Judges coincided with the 100th anniversary of the Supreme Court of Russia. The chairman of the Supreme Court of Belarus was awarded the anniversary medal “100 years of the Supreme Court of Russia”.

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