South Korean Delegation Seeks Environmental Cooperation
Economy, Domestic Economy

South Korean Delegation Seeks Environmental Cooperation

The South Korean government sent a group of delegates to Iran on Thursday to support local environmental enterprises in making inroads into the largely untapped market. The Korean Ministry of Environment said it has sent six public and private sector officials to meet with their Iranian counterparts, including the country’s Vice President Massoumeh Ebtekar who heads Iran’s Department of Environment, Yonhap News Agency reported. During their visit to Tehran, the delegation intends to discuss details regarding the memorandum of understanding for environmental cooperation signed in May. A few weeks ago, a group of environment-related Iranian government officials and experts visited South Korea for a week to receive environment business-related training to strengthen cooperation between the two countries.


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