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New Chapter of Infrastructure Cooperation between Iran & Japan

by Sebastianus Epifany Tuesday, April 25, 2017 - 15:04

TOKYO - Infrastructure is one of the important elements that support the development of the life of a country's people. Recognising this, Iran and Japan agreed to conduct bilateral cooperation in infrastructure.

The bilateral cooperation was inaugurated with the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Iranian ministries and Japan's Middle East Cooperation Center. The focus of the cooperation is strengthening infrastructure in the field of electrical energy, water and waste.

"Based on this memorandum of understanding, Iran's energy ministry and the center of Japan's Middle East Cooperation Center establish bilateral cooperation on strengthening better and sustainable infrastructure in the areas of electrical, water and sewage energy," explained Hamedreza Tasheie, Head of export development and support center of energy and water resources and electricity of the energy ministry of Iran, as reported from (25/4/2017).

"Financial resources are being fulfilled by the Japanese for cooperation in the field of development and human resource development through organising the necessary education programs in Iran," he said.

Last week Hamedreza Tasheie together with Iran's deputy energy minister Sattar Mohammadi met and dialogued with Japan's environment minister, Tadahiko Ito, to discuss water, electricity and waste cooperation as well as environmental issues and follow-up the agreed implementation of joint projects

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