Iran, Cuba ink MoU on employment cooperation
The Islamic Republic of Iran and Cuba signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in Havana Tuesday, to enhance labor and employment cooperation.
According to a report released by the Iranian embassy in Havana,
the agreement was signed between Iranian Minister of Labor and Social
Affairs Nasser Khaleqi and his Cuban counterpart, Alfredo Morales
The MoU sets the framework for expanding cooperation in research
towards better security and health standards for laborers in the
sugarcane industry, adoption of proper labor standards, classification
of occupations and training of labor inspectors, according to <i>IRNA</I> news agency.
Under the MoU, the two countries are to exchange information and
experiences pertaining to their labor markets and services with
the end in view of eliminating their unemployment problems.