A joint commitment to strengthen the rule of law and mutual support for the role of the rule of law in the five areas was agreed to protect the rights of individuals to freedom and security, provide a secure basis for investment, strengthen efforts to combat corruption, support counterterrorism efforts and recognize the steps that have been achieved and hoped for by women. In the judiciary and in the field of law.
A spokesman for the British Embassy in Iraq said that the rule of law is necessary to promote human rights, security and stability in Iraq, noting that the agreement emphasizes the continued commitment of the United Kingdom to support Iraq and its judicial authorities to promote the rule of law.
"The letter of exchange and cooperation was signed by Lord Judge Gross and the head of the Iraqi Supreme Judicial Council, Faik Zaidan. This comes after a number of high-level exchanges between the UK and Iraqi judicial authorities, including a visit by British judges to Iraq led by Lord Gross, Visit to the UK by the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faik Zaidan "
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