The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between the IPIRC and NARS will open a new horizon in the research cooperation between the parliaments of the two countries, Hyun Wook Koh , Chief of NARS said on Sunday.
He made the remark in his address to the Joint Seminar of Research Cooperation between IPIRC and NARS held on Sunday June 22.
“This is the first joint meeting that NARS holds with a think-tank institute abroad and expect that the outcome of this session serves to the mutual interests of the two countries”, Hyun Wook Koh stated.
Referring to the importance of this joint meeting in introducing the parliamentary research centers in the parliament of the two countries, he said “Law-making is of great significance in the international arena. If we take law-making as a common objective, we can benefit from each other’s experiences”.
Chief of NARS added that though there is a long geographical distance between the two countries, we have noted that there is a street in Tehran named after “Seoul”. This is an indication of good relations between the two countries. I hope this relation is further enhanced on our return home.
“We should seize the current opportunity for better cooperation and try to work on research projects of common interest in the best way possible” He added.
In conclusion he expressed the hope that the MOU signed between the two research centers can draw the roadmap for fruitful research cooperation.
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