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Iran, Bosnia Sign Judiciary Agreement

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TEHRAN, June 14 (ICANA) – Iran and Bosnia and Herzegovina signed an agreement on Tuesday over mutual cooperation in judiciary fields.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 7:46:44 PM
Iran, Bosnia Sign Judiciary Agreement

The agreement was signed by Iranian Justice Minister Morteza Bakhtiyari and his Bosnian counterpart Barisa Colak in Tehran today.

Following the endorsement ceremony, Bakhtiyari said, "The two countries' interactions will increase after the endorsement of the agreement."

The Bosnian minister, for his part, expressed the hope for an excellent implementation of the document.

He also hoped that the agreement would yield much fruit for both nations and states.

Iran and Bosnia and Herzegovina have sought hard in recent years to expand bilateral ties and cooperation as two Muslim states.

In May, 2010, Iranian and Bosnian officials signed several memoranda of understanding (MoUs) on economic cooperation at the end of the first meeting of the two countries' joint economic commission in Sarajevo, Bosnia.

The MoUs were signed by Iranian Economy Minister Seyed Shamseddin Hosseini, who presided the Iranian delegation in the meeting, and Chairman of Bosnia-Herzegovina's Council of Minister Nikola Spiric.

The agreements include mutual cooperation between the two countries' chambers of commerce as well as cooperation in the different fields of transportation and communication, banking and insurance, industry, tourism, standard, agriculture, science and technology, and health.

The two countries also agreed to form a strategic committee, which will hold biannual meetings in the two countries in rotation, to ensure implementation of the MoUs.

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