Tehran (IP) – Head of the Iranian Parliament Research Center (IPRC) said that cooperation between research centers of Iran and Japan could improve the links of theoretical and practical policies between the two states.

Iran PressIran News: Speaking in a meeting with the Japanese Ambassador to Tehran, Kazutoshi Aikawa, on Wednesday, Babak Negahdari underlined that cooperation between the research centers of Iran and Japan could reinforce the bond between theoretical and practical approaches to a great extent.

He referred to the two countries longstanding history of diplomatic ties and stated that this could play a leading role in outlining the new chapter of cooperation between the two states.

Negahdari pointed out that bilateral cooperation, especially in the parliamentary field, could help promote the role and status of the two countries on the international stage.

He announced the Iranian Parliament Research Center's readiness to play its role in developing Iran-Japan research cooperation.

Kazutoshi Aikawa, for his part, pointed to the historical ties between Iran and Japan and stressed the need for cementing bilateral relations in various fields.

He welcomed the cooperation proposal of IPRC and the Parliamentary Research Centers of the Japanese Parliaments. He said: "The actions of IPRC in preparing expert reports in various fields, especially in the field of water resources and electricity generation infrastructures, are extraordinary."

The Japanese envoy attached great importance to Iran's critical role in ensuring the region's security, especially in the Strait of Hormuz.


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