Source: Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran - Deputy Minister of Cooperatives, Labor and Social Welfare Mohammad Amin Sazegarnejad said on Saturday that somer 3,500 Iranian skilled manpower in the fields of Hoteliering and culinary will be dispatched to the Republic of Ireland. Iran and Ireland have signed a memorandum of understanding to that effect.
(cartoon by Reza Jangi, Iranian daily Etemad)
The MoU was signed by head of Board of Directors of Iran's international Employment Association Hassan Karbasi and head of Restaurants Association of Ireland Anthony Gary.
Sazegarnejad, who is currently on a visit to the Republic of Ireland leading a delegation from private sector, said in a meeting with Deputy Foreign Minister of Ireland for the Middle East and North African Affairs Estefan Doveson that implementation of JCPOA opened the door of the European countries to Iranian skilled manpower.
In the meeting, Doveson expressed pleasure with presence of Iranian delegation in Dublin, saying that Iran is a country with ancient civilization with rich natural resources, placing the country in an important position in the world arena.
He called for expansion of bilateral ties, especially in economic relations.
The senior diplomat said that the procedure for issuing visa for Iranian manpower will be eased soon.
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