Iranian official:

Tehran (IP) - The spokesman of the Guardian Council of Iran said that the plan to transfer water from the Oman Sea to Sistan province was reviewed in the recent meeting of the council.

Iran PressIran news: Speaking in his weekly press confrence, Hadi Tahan-Nazif, the spokesman for the Guardian Council said in this regard: "There were two ambiguities that were resolved by the parliament. The approval of this plan is good news for our compatriots in Sistan."

Tahan-Nazif also said: "The Guardian Council has no objection to the anti-trafficking bill."

He stressed that this decree has been passed with the pathology of the current law and the fight against smuggling of goods and currency is updated and in accordance with the current conditions and requirements.

Tahan-Nazif said: "The agreement between the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the government of the Republic of Ghana approved in order to avoid double taxation and tax evasion, and the government will be allowed to exchange its documents."

Tahan-Nazif stated: "The protocol bill was approved between the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Swiss Federal Council to avoid double taxation on income and capital taxes.

He said that the bill amending the Additional Protocol to the Agreement on Encouragement and Mutual Support for Investment between the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Government of the Republic of Croatia was approved.


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