Equipping rehabilitation clinics in Aligudarz in cooperation with Iran and Japan

A Memorandum of Understanding(GGP cooperation project) in order to provide equipment for rehabilitation clinics in Aligudarz city was signed between the Ambassador of Japan to Iran and the Director General of Welfare organization of Lorestan Province.

According to the report of Public Relations and International Affairs,a  Memorandum of Understanding on GGP Project were signed (Grants assitance for Human Security Projects) for the provision of rehabilitation clinics in Lorestan Welfare, Aligudarz, with the presence of "Ali Mohammad Ghaderi", Head of Welfare Organization, "Hamed Forouzan", Director General of International Affairs of Ministry of Cooperatives, Labor and Welfare Socially, "Ikawa Kazutoshi" the Ambassador of Japan to Iran and "Homayoun amoudizadeh" the Director General of Welfare  organization of Lorestan Province.

At the beginning of the ceremony, "Ali Mohammad Ghaderi", the head of the State welfare organization, said that Iran supports the deprived, oppressed and plays a special role in improving the living standards of society: the GGP project is the beginning of efforts and joint efforts and exchange of knowledge in the field of humanities, the elderly, people with disabilities; Therefore, the country's welfare organization is ready to exchange knowledge and experiences with the Japanese embassy.

By announcing the readiness of the Islamic Republic of Iran to support the oppressed world of the world, he emphasized the formation of rehabilitation work groups with the approach of the factors and effects of war disabilities in Syria and Yemen, saying from Japan to the country due to the survival of the lives of people. Thanks and appreciate the GGP's special disabilities in the city of Eligudarz.

Subsequently, "Hamid Forouzan", the Director General of International Affairs, of Ministry of Cooperative, labor and social welfare, while commemorating the Fajr decade, referring to the friendly and long-standing relations between Iran and Japan, said: we expect these relationships to expand in all areas, especially in areas associated with well-being.

Director General of International Affairs, continued to emphasize the active participation of Japan's humanitarian activities, added that the GGP project, defined according to the studies of experts in the field of well-being and Japan embassy, ​​can lead to the policies of this supportive institution.

This memorandum is one of the primary steps in communication between Iran and Japan; we hope that intercultural relations will also be strengthened according to long history.; We hope that intercultural relations will also be strengthened according to long history. Referring to the implementation of humanitarian projects since 1999, the Japanese Ambassador to Iran, Ikawa Kazutoshi, said: I return to normalcy and thank the efforts of the Welfare Organization to support the deprived and disabled, especially during the Corona pandemic.

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