Egypt’s Ministry of Justice launches a special platform to provide remote judicial services in the UAE
The project is the result of strategic co-operation between the two countries
The UAE Minister of Justice, Abdullah bin Sultan bin Awad Al Nuaimi, and his Egyptian counterpart, Omar Marwan, have launched a remote court service platform for Egyptian citizens residing in the United Arab Emirates.
This innovative platform, the first of its kind outside of Egypt, allows users to access various judicial services such as issuing certificates, translations, and certifying transactions. This is reported by
ANI, a partner of TV BRICS.
Minister Al Nuaimi expressed that this platform serves as a testament to the strong relations between the two countries and highlights the UAE’s commitment to providing top-quality services, including judicial services, to its residents.
Minister of Justice of Egypt, further emphasized that any existing deficiencies in the platform will be identified and eliminated during its trial period.