Iran and Sri Lanka signed five agreements on mutual cooperation in various areas in a Sunday ceremony in Tehran.
The ceremony where the documents were signed was attended by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his visiting Sri Lankan counterpart Maithripala Sirisena, reported the Iranian government’s website dolat.ir.
The agreements include four mutual cooperation deals as well as a program on cultural exchanges.
The cooperation documents include an agreement on fighting narcotics and psychoactive drugs, an agreement on health, medical sciences, medicines and medical equipment, and agreement between the Iranian Standardization and Industrial Research Institute and the Sri Lankan Standardization Institute on standardization, measurement, training, laboratory services and issuing certificates.
They also signed an agreement on the film industry, and a cultural deal on cultural and scientific exchanges between the two sides.