(MENAFN - Gulf Times) A Korean edition of the Qatari constitution was unveiled yesterday in the presence of Secretary General of the Foreign Ministry, Dr Ahmed bin Hassan al-Hammadi, and Shim Jae-kwon, chairman of the South Korean parliament's Foreign Affairs and Unification Committee.
Qatar's ambassador to the Republic of Korea Mohamed Abdulla al-Duhaimi attended the ceremony along with Foreign Ministry's Asian Affairs Department Director Khalid Ibrahim al-Hamar.
Myongji University's Institute of Middle Eastern Affairs, in co-operation with Qatar's embassy in South Korea, had translated the Qatari constitution into Korean.
The institute distributed copies of the translated document to Korean libraries and universities as a reference that can be used at Korean educational institutions, including Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Chosun University, Sun Moon University as well as main research centres in South Korea.
Meanwhile, the Secretary General of the Foreign Ministry Dr Ahmed bin Hassan al-Hammadi held separate meetings with South Korean First Vice-Foreign Minister Lim Sung-Nam and Chairman of the South Korean Parliamentary Foreign Affairs and Unification Committee Shim Jae-kwon.
Secretary General of the Foreign Ministry discussed with the Korean officials bilateral relations and ways of supporting and developing them, in addition to matters of common concern.
The Ministry of Justice participated in the 66th executive bureau meeting of the council of Arab justice ministers as well as the 33th session of the council, which was held yesterday at the Arab League headquarters in Cairo.
The meeting discussed the ministry of justice's proposal to establish an Arab network for judicial experts, which the ministry had prepared as part of its work to support joint Arab work in the legal field and find modern and innovative solutions and mechanisms in the area of exchanging technical solutions among ministries of justice and the Arab legal and judicial systems in order to achieve swift justice.