Saudi justice minister, Azerbaijan PM discuss ways to boost bilateral ties in the field of judiciary

Saudi Arabia’s Justice Minister Dr. Waleed Al-Samaani receives Azerbaijan Prime Minister Novruz Mammadov in Riyadh on Tuesday. (SPA)
Updated 16 July 2019

Saudi justice minister, Azerbaijan PM discuss ways to boost bilateral ties in the field of judiciary

RIYADH: Saudi Justice Minister Dr. Walid Al-Samaani, who is also president of Supreme Judicial Council, met Azerbaijan Prime Minister Novruz Mammadov in Riyadh on Tuesday. They discussed ways to enhance bilateral ties in the field of judiciary.

The justice minister said the two countries are keen on developing relations and boosting cooperation in the judicial field within the framework of the memorandum of understanding and programs signed between them.

He said the Saudi Justice Ministry has developed a special strategy to strengthen international partnerships with friendly countries. He said his ministry wants to share experiences, technology and training procedures with its counterparts in other countries.

Al-Samaani also highlighted the achievements of the Saudi judicial system under the leadership of King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

He pointed out the digital services recently introduced by the ministry to facilitate the procedures.

 

 


Saudi Arabia records 40 COVID-19 deaths, decrease in infections

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Saudi Arabia records 40 COVID-19 deaths, decrease in infections

  • Total number of confirmed cases in the Kingdom has reached 237,803

RIYADH: Saudi health authorities announced 40 deaths from COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the Kingdom’s death toll from the virus to 2,283.
A total of 2,692 new cases were also announced, with 263 in Jeddah, 220 in Al-Hafouf, 211 in Riyadh and 189 in Al-Mobarraz among the highest, the health ministry said. 
The total number of confirmed cases in the Kingdom has reached 237,803.
According to the ministry, 7,718 patients have recovered from the disease, bringing the total number of recoveries to 177,560.