Attorney-General of the Union arrives back from Sri Lanka

Attorney-General of the Union Dr Tun Shin poses for documentary photo with delegates to conference of Attorneys-General from South,  South-East and East Asia in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Attorney-General of the Union Dr Tun Shin poses for documentary photo with delegates to conference of Attorneys-General from South,
South-East and East Asia in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Attorney-General of the Union Dr Tun Shin and party Wednesday arrived back here, after attending the 5-day conference of Attorneys-General from South, South-East and East Asia in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
The conference was hosted by the Attorney General’s Department of Sri Lanka in conjunction with the 130th anniversary of the creation of the office of the Attorney General of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka from 16 to 20 January.
Dr Tun Shin participated in the discussion on the role of attorney-general in legal affairs in Asia, environmental conservation, climate change and human security and others.
Dr Tun Shin said Myanmar accepts the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Rules and the United Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitration Award, (New York Convention, 1985) as best arbitration machinery in the market-oriented economic system of the nation in accordance with the constitution.
While in Sri Lanka, Dr Tun Shin held several discussions with Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena, Attorney-General The Honorable Mr Yuvanjana Wijayatilake and the President Council, and the deputy attorney-general.

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