Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Iran and Algeria sign 11 MoUs

Iran and Algeria have signed 11 co-operation MoUs in Tehran on Monday, 22nd November. The signing ceremony was attended by Iran's First Vice President Mohammadreza Rahimi and Algeria's Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia.

Ouyahia's arrived in Tehran accompanied by a high-ranking economic delegation to attend the meeting of the Iran-Algeria High Joint Committee. His visit was officially welcomed by Rahimi, Iranian health minister, Marzieh Vahid Dastgerdi, and oil minister Massoud Mirkazemi.

The MoUs cover co-operation agreement in a number of different sectors including, agriculture, civil, trade, health, higher education and scientific researches, sisterhood of Imam Khomeini and Bejaia ports, establishment of joint commercial council, establishment of joint investment committee, establishment of joint investment fund, and action plan between Physical Education Organization of Iran and Algerian youth and sports ministry.

Source: Tehran Times

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