Tehran (IP) – The spokesman of the presiding board of the Iranian parliament said the MPs held several sessions during the recent days in various aspects of monitoring, development of foreign relations in lifting sanctions, and discussion of the Iran-China strategic agreement.

Iran Press/Iran News: Mohammad-Hossein Farhangi stated that due to the fourth COVID-19 wave, parliament's open sessions would be held in three different halls.

He noted that the bill on surge in housing production was completed in the parliament so that if approved by the Guardian Council, the government would be obliged to cooperate and support the production of one million houses annually.

He added that bills such as the surge in knowledge-based production and business areas were also reviewed, aiming at supporting production and entrepreneurship.


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