Tehran (IP) - The head of Iran's Supreme Court said that his country seeks to have an active role in Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).

Iran PressIran News: Ahmad Mortazavi Moqadam told Iran Press correspondent in an exclusive interview on Friday that consultations are to be done so that Iran is accepted as an active participant of SCO, saying that Iran also expects so. 

Mortazavi-Moqadam referred to Iran's judiciary capacities and noted that the country enjoys high scientific and legal experiences in the verdicts it judicial issues.

The Shanghai Cooperation Organization is an intergovernmental organization established in 2001 by China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan for multilateral security, economic and cultural cooperation. Various countries have observer status within the organization such as the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mongolia, Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, and Belarus.


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