Australian Ambassador meets with Greece’s Minister of Justice

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Ambassador of Australia to Greece, Alison Duncan met with Greece’s Minister of Justice, George Floridis on Tuesday to discuss the institution of out-of-court dispute resolution.

During the meeting, Ambassador Duncan and Minister Floridis extensively discussed reforms implemented to modernise the judicial system and accelerate the administration of Justice in Greece, which is successfully applied in Australia.

Referring to the benefits of the institution, Ambassador Duncan stressed that its implementation in Australia has contributed to the decongestion of the courts and the acceleration of court proceedings.

Both Duncan and Floridis expressed a willingness at the end of their meeting to strengthen professional relations even further for the future.

Source: protothema.gr.

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