Iraq will host the next meeting of the Council of Arab Ministers of Justice

Iraqi Ministry of Justice announced the approval of the Arab Justice Ministers Council on its proposal to hold the next meeting of the Council in the capital Baghdad, headed by Iraq. According to a ministry statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, "Justice Minister Haider Zamili participate today at a meeting of the Executive Bureau of the Council of Arab Ministers of Justice within the work of its seventh session to be held this evening at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo, headed by the Minister of Justice in Saudi Arabia Dr. Walid bin Mohammed Al Samaani Chairman of this session with the participation of the ministers of justice in Iraq, Bahrain, Palestine, Kuwait, Egypt and the Sultanate of Oman. "The statement added that" this session was being held at a time when the Arab region is witnessing the rise of organized crime and the phenomenon of terrorism as well as that this session will be an important step towards strengthening Arab cooperation and international cooperation in the judicial and legal fields and to activate relevant to combating terrorism, the Arab judicial agreements.
"He pointed out that the Arab ministers" will discuss during their meeting a number of items, including an item on ways to combat terrorism and that includes Arab Convention to combat terrorism through the amendment procedures and forms the executive of the Convention and the private Alastbouapan follow up on its implementation, and the development of a unified Arab mechanism to ensure the implementation of the Arab agreements and ascertain the extent of the obligation of States to implement.
"He also discusses the meeting according to the statement," the proposal of the General Secretariat of the League on the draft Arab Convention to regulate the conditions of refugees in Arab countries, and multiple other subjects.
"She drew the Ministry of Justice that "The meeting will discuss the proposal submitted by Iraq on the status of an appropriate mechanism for the purpose of Iraq's continued role in the fight against terrorism, considering that the threat extends to all Arab countries, as well as a draft law meant to criminalize takfiri thought in the Arab region."
He added that "the members of the Ministerial Council have agreed to call made by the Iraqi Justice Minister to host the meetings of the Arab Justice Ministers Council at its next session in Baghdad and to be chaired by Iraq, "adding that" it is due to present the Executive Office project on its agenda and projects its own decisions to the thirty-first session of the Council of Arab Ministers of Justice to be held this evening Thursday: ".