Iran, S. Korea Sign Par­lia­men­tary MoU

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TEHRAN (IRNA) - Iran and South signed a me­moran­dum of un­der­stand­ing (MoU) fol­low­ing a joint meet­ing of the two coun­tries’ par­lia­men­tary re­search cen­ters.

The MoU was signed by the head of Iran’s Par­lia­ment re­search cen­ter Kazem Jalali and his South Korean coun­ter­part Lee Nae Young.

Kazemi de­scribed the level of co­op­er­a­tion be­tween Iran and South Korea, both be­fore and after the eco­nomic sanc­tions on Iran, as good and ex­pressed hope that the trend will con­tinue.

The con­tin­u­a­tion of co­op­er­a­tion on par­lia­men­tary re­search can lead to ad­vances of ex­per­tise in law­mak­ing process, he said.

The Korean of­fi­cial, in the meet­ing, high­lighted the role of law­mak­ing and said that in to­day world the need to re­search for law­mak­ing is felt much more than ever.

‘With re­search, mak­ing more pre­cise and ef­fi­cient laws in par­lia­ments be­comes pos­si­ble,’ he said.

The first MoU be­tween the two par­lia­men­tary re­search cen­ters was signed in July 2014.

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