|National Assembly Vice Chairman Uong Chu Luu meets with visiting Slovak Minister of Justice Tomas Borec in Ha Noi on March 12. — VNA/VNS Photo An Dang
HA NOI (VNS) — Vietnam and Slovakia should intensify the sharing of experience in legal system consolidation and law enforcement and foster cooperation in law education and training, said National Assembly Vice Chairman Uong Chu Luu.
At his meeting with visiting Slovak Minister of Justice Tomas Borec in Ha Noi on March 12, Vice Chairman Luu said the outcomes of the Minister's talks with his Vietnamese counterpart Ha Hung Cuong will help enhance bilateral collaboration in judicial affairs, and cement the traditional friendship between Viet Nam and Slovakia.
Vietnam looks forward to maintaining coordination with Slovakia at regional and international forums, he said, pledging to exert every effort to nurture the ties.
The Slovak Minister told the host that his visit aimed to promote coordination between the two Justice Ministries, particularly in exchanging information about judicial reforms and legal document drafting.
Minister Borec highly valued Viet Nam's enforcement of the 2013 Constitution as a foundation for the judicial reform and delivered his country's willingness to share experience in this work and in legal support service provision.—VNA/VNS