Exchange of Parliamentary Research Experiences between NARS & IPRC Serves to Better Lawmaking in Both Countries

“The need for closer cooperation between the Islamic Parliament Research Center (IPRC) and National Assembly Research Service (NARS) for exchange of research experiences is felt ever than before", said Kazem Jalali, Head of the IPRC.

Jalali made the remarks at the meeting with his Korean counterpart, Seong-Ho Lim, on the sidelines of the 5th International Parliamentary Research Services on 20 November 2014.
“Development of lawmaking in the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Korea during the past few years has necessitated closer cooperation between the two Parliamentary Research Centers", Jalali remarked.
Referring to the MOU signed between the Research Services of the two Parliaments in July 2014, Jalali called for formation of some working groups to pave the grounds to follow-up implementation of the MOU in order to and give momentum to the better lawmaking process in the Parliaments of the two countries.
Jalali hailed the efforts of NARS hosting annual research Seminars, particularly the 4th International Seminar last year. He also appreciated presence of the NARS parliamentary research delegation led by the then Chief of NARS in Tehran.
He stressed the MOU signed between the two parliamentary research services following this Joint Seminar served to provide a proper ground for further strengthening of research cooperation between the two centers.
Chief of NARS, Seong Ho Lim for his part, expressed satisfaction over continued research cooperation between the research services of the Islamic Parliament of Iran and the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea. He assured that he would do his utmost to pursue the provisions of the MOU signed for research cooperation between the two research institutes.


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