It was declared by SCU Chairman, Vasily Malyarenko, during the meeting with OSCE Project – Co-ordinator in Ukraine, James Shoemaker, on August 2.
The sides discussed the relevant issues of judicial-legal reform in Ukraine, problems of judicial power independence, determined the directions of further cooperation between Supreme Court and OSCE Project - Co-ordinator office in Ukraine.
Malyarenko told about the structure and functions of Supreme Court, its place and role in judicial system and state power system. SCU Chairman gave propositions concerning training and raising the level of judges’ skill. In his opinion, training seminars, experience exchange and discussion of concrete legislative acts could be very useful for Ukrainian side.
James Shoemaker thanked SCU Chairman and said that all propositions and requests of Ukrainian side would be represented in the programs the OSCE Project – Co-ordinator office in Ukraine works with.
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