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WFTU Council Convenes in Tehran
WFTU Council Convenes in Tehran
Wednesday, February 28, 2018

WFTU Council Convenes in Tehran

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

WFTU Council Convenes in Tehran

The World Federation of Trade Unions’ Presidential Council convened in Tehran on Feb. 26-27, during which international and regional labor issues were discussed and WFTU goals and priorities were defined for 2018. The council was attended by WFTU General Secretary George Mavrikos, Iran’s Minister of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare Ali Rabiei as well as a host of other Iranian and foreign officials and activists from India, Nepal, Russia, Cuba, Greece, Indonesia, Syria, Turkey, Vietnam, Denmark, Afghanistan, Brazil, Sudan, Portugal, Cyprus, South Africa, Bangladesh, Peru, Italy, Nigeria, Senegal, Sri Lanka and Uruguay to name a few, ILNA reported.

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