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Iran, Bolivia Parliament Speakers Sign MOU

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, March 3 (ICANA) – Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani says talks between Iranian and Bolivian officials indicate the two countries’ support for the popular revolutions in the region and for the nations’ resolve to liberate themselves from under the yoke of imperialism.
Thursday, March 03, 2011 10:37:41 AM
Iran, Bolivia Parliament Speakers Sign MOU

Speaking at a ceremony to sign a memorandum of understanding between Iran and Bolivia, Larijani and his Bolivian counterpart Hector Arce underlined the important place of parliaments in development and deepening of friendly bonds between the two countries in various fields. They both agreed that the inking of the agreement would enter parliamentary cooperation between Iran and Bolivia into a new stage.

Pointing to the recent developments in the region, Larijani said Arce’s visit to Iran was very “significant and constructive.”

The Bolivian parliament speaker thanked Iran for the warm welcome accorded to him and his accompanying delegation and said: “A new chapter has been opened in parliamentary cooperation between Iran and Bolivia.” He said the two nations shared common goals, aspirations and enemies.

The MOU underlies the important role of parliaments in expansion of friendly ties between the two countries and calls for continued consultations between the parliamentarians of Iran and Bolivia.

Among other points cited in the MOU are to strengthen consultations between specialized committees of the two parliaments, regular exchange of parliamentary delegations, and adoption of legal means to promote bilateral cooperation in all fields, particularly industry, development, export of technical and engineering services, and cooperation between scientific and research centers affiliated to the parliaments of the two countries.

Arce arrived in Tehran Tuesday morning for an official visit at the invitation of his Iranian counterpart Ali Larijani.

The Bolivian speaker is heading a five-member delegation and will stay in Iran for four days.

Arce was also due to meet with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Arce is the third parliament speaker from South America to visit Tehran over the past month.

The parliament speakers of Ecuador and Uruguay were in Iran earlier in February.

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