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    Jordan, Spain review draft extradition treaty

    January 26, 2021
    finance & economy

    AMMAN — Secretary General for the Ministry of Justice Judge Ziad Dmour and Director General of the Spanish Directorate-General for International Legal Cooperation and Human Rights Paula Roya on Monday held a virtual meeting over an extradition treaty to be signed between the two countries in the next two days.

    According to a ministry statement, Jordan and Spain resumed the second round of talks on a draft convention to reach a preliminary draft agreement that serves the two sides without constitutional conflicts.

    Held in mid-2019, the first round was disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported. The treaty is aimed at bolstering legal and judicial cooperation between the two countries, notably bringing criminals to justice.

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