China, Iran sign MoU on Youth affairs cooperation

08:27, October 19, 2010      

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The All-China Youth Federation and the Iranian National Youth Organization signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation in the field of youth affairs in Tehran on Monday.

The MoU, signed by Vice Chairman of the All-China Youth Federation He Junke and Chief of the Iranian National Youth Organization Mehrdad Bazrpash, is aimed at enhancing exchanges and cooperation between young people of China and Iran.

According to the MoU, the two countries will increase mutual visits of delegations of youth organizations, deepen friendship between the young people, hold activities such as youth friendship week in both countries and promote cooperation among youth organizations.

"Young people are important to the future of a country whose development depends on the young generation," He said, adding young people from both countries should learn the history and culture of the other country and expand mutual exchanges.

Bazrpash, for his part, said Iran values its relations with China, and that the signing of the MoU will speed up dispatch of youth delegations to the other country, and will deepen bilateral cooperation and understanding.

In order to implement the MoU, Iran and China will establish a joint committee consisting of youth organizations of both sides, and will meet every other year in the two countries in turn.



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