Deng Xiuming holds video meeting with Supreme Court chairman of Kyrgyz Republic
On Jan 31, Deng Xiuming, vice-president of the Supreme People’s Court (SPC) of China, held a video meeting with Zamirbek Bazarbekov, chairman of the Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Deng said that as friendly neighbors, China and Kyrgyzstan have achieved leapfrog development in bilateral relations and fruitful results in pragmatic cooperation in various fields under the leadership and guidance of the two heads of state. The top courts of the two countries have carried out fruitful exchanges and cooperation over the years, he said, raising his hope that the courts of the two countries will continue their joint efforts in strengthening communication and mutual learning, so as to provide stronger legal guarantees for deepening bilateral relations.
Deng briefly introduced the information-based development of Chinese courts. According to him, courts in China have actively promoted the deep integration of information technology and court work, established online litigation and mediation platforms, strengthened technological application in enforcement work, and innovated the internet-based judicial model, all of which have brought convenient and efficient judicial services to the people.
Efforts have also been made in propelling simultaneous generation of electronic files along with case handling and their extensive application, reinforcing the strategic guarantee based on big data, advancing the development of a comprehensive network connecting courts across the nation, and building the integrated information platform for courts at four levels, so as to improve the quality and efficiency of judicial adjudication work through the “digital revolution”.
Bazarbekov spoke highly of the achievements of Chinese courts in terms of digitalization development. He introduced the explorations on judicial digitalization in his country and raised his hope for further cooperation with Chinese courts to jointly promote judicial development in both countries.
The two sides also exchanged views on such topics as the dispatch of technical experts and conducting exchange inspections.