The Council for the Judiciary often receives requests for cooperation from other countries. In order to use its limited capacity as effectively as possible, the Council has developed a Priority Country Policy. The priority countries, with which we are working on building long-term relationships, which includes using experts for projects and promoting exchange programmes, are Romania, Suriname and Turkey. We have also designated a number of ‘focal countries’, with which we work together at a less ambitious level. This group includes the potential EU Member States and Candidate Member States, along with Indonesia and Morocco. For all other countries, we only give a standard presentation about the Judiciary, and in some cases organise a court visit.