- Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores
Panama and Switzerland are analyzing the possibility of signing a cooperation agreement on judicial matters, the Panamanian Foreign Ministry reported today.
The vice president and chancellor of Panama, Isabel De Saint Malo, and the ambassador of Switzerland in the country, Mirko Giulietti, talked about this and other matters in a meeting held at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
During the meeting "the possibilities of establishing a bilateral agreement on judicial cooperation were assessed, which could be analyzed in a forthcoming meeting between vice chancellor, Luis Miguel Hincapié, and his Swiss counterpart," an official statement said on Wednesday.
Giulietti invited Panama to participate in the meeting on International Humanitarian Law with the Red Cross to be held in Geneva from December 3 to 5, 2018.
Meanwhile, De Saint Malo "expressed her satisfaction at knowing that some 350 young Swiss will participate" in the World Youth Day (WYD) to be held next January in Panama to be attended by Pope Francis.