Memo of Understanding Signed between Judiciary of Sudan and International Islamic University of Mal

Memo of Understanding Signed between Judiciary of Sudan and International Islamic University of Mal


04-12-2016, 09:39 PM


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Title: Memo of Understanding Signed between Judiciary of Sudan and International Islamic University of Mal
Author: Sudan News Agency
Date: 04-12-2016, 09:39 PM

09:39 PM April, 12 2016

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Kuala Lumpur, April. 12 (SUNA) - The Judiciary of Sudan signed Tuesday a memo of understanding with the International Islamic University of Malaysia to support the cooperation in academic field, knowledge, capacity building, exchange information and training.
The Chief Justice, Prof. Haidar Ahmed Dafaalla, signed for Sudan party, while the Deputy Dean of the University, Prof. Tourna Haj Hassan, signed for the Malaysian party.
The memo of understanding included the exchange of experiences and activities and expertise and cooperation between the two sides.

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