Identifying Iranian talents for assuming international posts

In order to realize the strategic slogan of “Scene Handling in International Associations”, Iranian talents have been identified for taking on important international posts.

 Public Relation of ICT Ministry reported – Dr. Mohammad Karam Pour, Technology and Foreign Affairs Deputy of ICT minister stated that: obtaining high-ranking posts and having influential and constructive coordination in international relations through effective cooperation in ICT special brokerage house in both international and regional zones are such plans arranged in the ministry. These plans design and implement with the goal of preserving national resources in strategic areas of Communication and Information Technology Ministry which clarified on Iran 20-year Perspective Document, ICT Ministry’s Technology and Foreign Affairs Deputy added. For this and in order to fulfill the foregone goals, interesting international and regional foundations as appropriate atmospheres for all-out coordination, good cooperation ground, developing cooperation in various sections and considering functional issues are highly considered, he asserted. Karam Pour named cooperating in decision making and processes end up in global policy making as one of defined executing strategies and asserted that more than 100 international and regional important posts in ITU, UPU and APPU are defined to obtain. Also, in order to identify Iranian available talents, we have requested universities, governmental and private sections to introduce capable and talented person to this deputy office, Karam Pour said. He believes that this plan is implemented according to the regime’s strategic attitude and said: also the deputy office has defined the necessary condition for authenticating each one of the international posts. After creating data bank for available talents and adapting each volunteer circumstance with international organizations requirements, next developments will be operated, he emphasized.

 

Mar 18, 2013 11:20

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