Minister of Justice Halima Abdul Rahman and her Moroccan counterpart Abdellatif Wahbi discussed ways to propel both countries' relationship forward, especially in the judicial field, during their meeting on Wednesday.

Minister Abdul Rahman met her Moroccan counterpart on the sidelines of the 38th session of the Council of Arab Justice Ministers hosted by the Moroccan city of Ifrane.

The two sides exchanged notes on several issues of common interest, mainly developing joint agreements on declarations and representation besides the implementation of judgments.

They also discussed transporting detained persons or convicted prisoners to their home countries to serve the remainder of their sentence.

Minister Wahbi expressed his desire to see stability in Libya and said his country is open to judicial cooperation with all Arab states.

According to the Morrocan Ministry of Justice, Wahbi emphasized the importance of investing in the field of training and exchange of experiences as he noted his ministry's efforts and its contribution to enriching the legislative arsenal of the Kingdom of Morocco.