Vice-Minister of Justice Liu Zhiqiang attended the opening ceremony of a thematic training session on promoting rule of law in matters involving foreign parties in Beijing on Sept 27.
Vice-Minister of Justice Liu Zhiqiang speaks at the opening ceremony of a thematic training session on promoting foreign-related rule of law held from Sept 27 to 28. [Photo/moj.gov.cn]
Over 100 people from 14 government agencies, 23 State-owned enterprises, eight private companies and three universities attended the session, which was hosted from Sept 27 to 28 by the Ministry of Justice in conjunction with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council and the China Council for the Promotion of Foreign Trade.
Pointing out that profound changes in the world unseen in a century are now evolving at a faster pace with the emergence of more uncertainties and instabilities in the international environment, Liu said the training was a conducive attempt to promote in-depth theory-practice integration in strengthening the capability for promoting foreign-related rule of law.
A thematic training session on promoting foreign-related rule of law is opened on Sept 27. [Photo/moj.gov.cn]
The training was also a concrete step taken by the ministry to collect opinions and suggestions from a wider range of sources, innovate its work mode, and bring tangible benefits to the public, he said.
Liu stressed that those who participate in the promotion of foreign-related rule of law should carry out their work in a law-based manner while effectively safeguarding China’s sovereignty, security and interests.
The session marked the first time in the ministry's history that it has held a training session on promoting foreign-related rule of law with participants from State-owned enterprises, private companies and universities.
Participants in a thematic training session on promoting foreign-related rule of law exchange ideas. [Photo/moj.gov.cn]