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Step to strengthen India, China relations

SUCHAU UNIVERSITY Law School (Taipei) will invite law experts from Banaras Hindu University to China with a view to strengthen bilateral Indo-Chinese academic relations, especially in the field of international law. Prof Cheng Chia Jui of Suchau University Law School, who visited the Faculty of Law in Banaras Hindu University on Wednesday, said law experts from Banaras Hindu University would be invited to China to study international law, adding that China would extend all possible support in this regard.

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SUCHAU UNIVERSITY Law School (Taipei) will invite law experts from Banaras Hindu University to China with a view to strengthen bilateral Indo-Chinese academic relations, especially in the field of international law.

Prof Cheng Chia Jui of Suchau University Law School, who visited the Faculty of Law in Banaras Hindu University on Wednesday, said law experts from Banaras Hindu University would be invited to China to study international law, adding that China would extend all possible support in this regard.

Also chairman of Jiamin Academy of International Law, Prof Jui expressed hope that the Academy would soon sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University, to ascertain newer aspects of international law.

He said the contents of the MoU would be drafted after holding discussions with the dean of Faculty of Law Prof RA Malviya and Current Law Forum convenor Prof BC Nirmal.

He further said seven law experts, including Prof RA Anand from Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi), were associated with the Academy.

He added that developing countries had proved their importance at the international level and international law was required to suit the contemporary socio-economic conditions in the context of developing countries.

Prof Jui also delivered a lecture on the ‘Changing Aspects of International Law’ at the Faculty of Law, BHU, on Wednesday afternoon. He said there was an urgent need to review traditional international law and draft a new one which could serve the purpose of developing countries at the international level. The world could be transformed into a global village only when international laws served the purpose of each section of people, he added.

Prof Malviya introduced Prof Jui to the students and faculty members while BC Nirmal proposed the vote of thanks.