Abdullah bin Sultan bin Awad Al Nuaimi, Minister of Justice, and his Egyptian counterpart Omar Marwan, today launched a platform that allows Egyptian citizens in the UAE to access judicial services remotely.
The platform is the first of its kind outside Egypt and has been developed in partnership with the United Arab Emirates. Multilevel group (MLG). It allows users to request a variety of judicial services, including the issuance of certificates, translations and notarial services.
At a press conference after the launch today at the Emirates Palace, the Egyptian Minister said that the platform represents a
“modern window to provide judicial services remotely and reliably.”
He noted that the project is the result of the strategic partnership and cooperation between Egypt and the United Arab Emirates.
Minister Al Nuaimi said that the platform is
“a testament to the strong ties between our two countries.”
He added that the UAE is committed to providing its residents with the highest quality services, including judicial services.
During the press conference, the Egyptian Ministry of Justice demonstrated its cutting-edge platform for issuing certificates in which obtaining a certified certificate from the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Egyptian Embassy in Abu Dhabi took only 8 minutes.
The Egyptian minister said the platform’s trial period will be evaluated to identify and address any challenges.
“The ministry is also considering increasing the number of such platforms and making them available in other cities in the UAE. In the next phase, the ministry plans to launch the platform in countries with large Egyptian communities or that have investments in Egypt.”
News source: Emirates News Agency