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First Vice-President, ITU Sec-Gen call for enhanced cooperation

Politics - First Vice-President of Iran Esˈhaq Jahangiri and visiting Secretary General of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Hamadoun Touré in a meeting on Tuesday called for enhanced cooperation.

Jahangiri noted in the meeting that international organizations should serve as a venue for exchange of views between member states in a balanced way.

World powers should not have the ability to influence the decision-making process in the international organizations, he added.

Jahangiri underlined that South-South cooperation can help boost of all-out ties between the developing countries particularly in field of communications technology.

Touré, for his part welcomed the expansion of ties between ITU and Iran.

He lauded President Hassan Rouhaniˈs proposal -- The World Against Violence and Extremism (WAVE) to the UN General Assembly a major step forward to establishment of peace in the world.

The South–South Cooperation is a term historically used by policymakers and academics to describe the exchange of resources, technology, and knowledge between the developing countries, also known as countries of the global South.

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