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Vietnamese deputy chief justice visits BIC

english.bjinternetcourt.gov.cn | Updated: 2023-07-07


On July 4, a delegation headed by Nguyen Van Du, deputy chief justice of the Supreme People's Court of Vietnam, visited the Beijing Internet Court (BIC). Jiang Ying, president of the BIC, Chen Qiwei, deputy director of the Information Technology Service Center of China's Supreme People's Court, and Zhao Changxin, a member of the Leading Party Members' Group of the BIC, received the delegation.


The delegation visited the BIC's online litigation demonstration area and the internet courtroom, where they learned about the process of online diversified mediation and online trials, as well as technological applications, such as Tianping Blockchain and AI virtual judge. They also observed a court hearing and gained comprehensive knowledge on the court's latest achievements on smart court development.


Jiang welcomed the delegation on their visit. She said that since its establishment, the BIC has given full play to its demonstration and piloting role on the internet judicial model and in the integration of science and technology with justice, innovated new models of internet plus trials, and responded to the needs of rule of law as well as of the people in the information age.


She expressed her hope that the BIC's positive experience could be shared with all countries, so as to jointly promote the law-based governance in cyberspace and contribute wisdom and strength to the building of a community of a shared future for mankind.


Du thanked the BIC for their hospitality. He commented that the visit had been impressive and opened the door of cooperation between courts in both countries and pledged to learn from the successful experience of Chinese courts in digitization to promote smart court development in Vietnam.