Fu Zhenghua, Minister of Justice of China, met with Bruno Russell, Vice President of the French Supreme Administrative Court, in Beijing on Nov 19.
Fu Zhenghua, Minister of Justice of China, meets with Bruno Russell, Vice President of the French Supreme Administrative Court, in Beijing on Nov 19. [Photo/moj.gov.cn]
The two sides spoke highly of the relationship between China and France and the outcomes of their cooperation in all areas.
They agreed to strengthen communication on the building of the rule of law, broaden the channel for their legal and judicial cooperation, and jointly advance the steady and enduring development of the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two countries.
Fu pointed out that the dialogue mechanism between China and France in the legal and judicial field was launched in April with the holding of the first such dialogue, which opened a new chapter for legal and judicial communication between the two countries.
Fu said that the Ministry of Justice of China is willing to strengthen its communication and cooperation with foreign institutions and departments including the French Supreme Administrative Court in order to share good practices as well as successful experience.
Russell said he appreciated the achievements China has made in its economic and social development and the building of the rule of law, and was willing to continue legal and judicial communication.