Election of the Sudan as Vice-President of ALCO

Justice Minister Maulana Mohamed Said Al-Hilu appreciated the efforts of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO) in many cases, stressing Sudan’s commitment to cooperate fully with AALCO.

Addressing the 60 session of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO) today, he said that the Sudan was committed to the aims and values for which the Organization was seeking to achieve and was convinced of its important role in providing service as an advisory body to the Organization’s member States in the field of law and as a forum for Asian and African cooperation in legal matters of mutual interest.

During his speech, he addressed the topics presented at this session on the status of refugees and their treatment of violations of international law in Palestine, the occupied territories and other related issues, as well as the focus on the environment, sustainable development, trade law and international investment.

The Minister of Justice stressed the importance of improving legislation by establishing a robust transnational legal framework in international trade and investment, particularly as the world continued to experience greater economic cohesion to facilitate international trade and investment. He noted the Sudan’s pursuit of a society of law, knowledge and social justice through the promotion, development, interdependence and protection of society and looked forward to enhanced international cooperation between Member States and entities through such global partnerships.

The Minister’s participation in the active presence of the Sudan in the Organization for decades has ensured the Sudan’s regional and international legal concerns.

It is worth mentioning that the course works run from 25 to 28 September.

The Sudan was also elected Vice-President of the Asian Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO).

AALCO was founded in 1956 and has 47 member States, comprising most of the major nations on the Asian and African continent.

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