(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Muscat- The sultanate, represented by the Public Prosecution, and South Korea, represented by the Supreme Prosecutors' Office, on Monday, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) relating to boosting of judicial cooperation which would contribute to the fight against and prosecution of transnational organised crimes.
The MoU was signed by Hussein bin Ali al Hilali, attorney-general of the sultanate, and Moon Moo-il, prosecutor general of Korea.
The MoU contains nine articles that support cooperation in the identification and extradition of criminals, provision of evidence, tracking and confiscation of proceeds of crime, exchange of information on the judicial system, legislations, legislative activities and other specific methods of implementing international law and experience in the field of prosecution.
The signing of this agreement comes from the principle of joint judicial cooperation between the Public Prosecution of the sultanate and the parties of litigation in friendly countries. The event was attended by a number of officials of the Public Prosecution and the delegation accompanying the guest.