Isna: The Legal Deputy of the President stated that we are ready to file a lawsuit for Iran’s claim to Hirmand, and said that relatively good relations have been established between Iran and Afghanistan in this regard, a delegation from this country has also come to Iran and the negotiations are continuing and the special representative of Iran In Afghanistan, he also emphasizes that the problem can be solved without filing a lawsuit.
Referring to the issue of Iran’s claim to the Hirmand river, Mohammad Dehqan, while appearing on a TV program, said: We held meetings in this regard as soon as disputes arose, and the International Agreements Affairs Department of the Presidential Legal Assistant came to the field and consulted lawyers in this field. we took. We were fully prepared to file our case in brotherhood, according to the agreement we have with the Afghan brothers, and we announced this to the president as well.
He added: “However, it was decided that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Army should resolve the issue through negotiations, and we have not been contacted so far.” We are in the last part of the work and filing a lawsuit is the last step. Committees went and investigated, but we are also ready to file a lawsuit. The issue of Hirmand’s right has not yet reached a lawsuit, but naturally, our preference is to untie the knot by hand and there is no need to untie the knot with teeth. Relatively good relations have been established between Iran and Afghanistan in this regard, and a delegation from this country has come to Iran, and negotiations are continuing. Our special representative in Afghanistan is of the opinion that the issue can be resolved without filing a lawsuit.
Stating that we have submitted seven bills to refer claims between Iranian state-owned companies and foreign parties to arbitration, the legal deputy of the president said: We have submitted 3 bills to the parliament this year and we are asking the representatives of the Islamic Council to speed up the processing of these bills. Have.
Announcing the holding of the National Conference on the Implementation of the Constitution on December 12 with the presence of the President, Dehghan said: The focus of this year’s conference is fundamental economic transformation based on the principles of the Constitution. Several meetings with economists and lawyers have been discussed about the axis of this conference because the constitution is the only solution to the country’s problems and progress.
He added: 13 veterans had condemned a Dutch company. Recently, a lawsuit was filed against two companies and one company was convicted in a preliminary judgment by the Dutch domestic courts. The Dutch court announced that the other company that was not convicted did not know that these materials were used to make chemical bombs in Iraq, and that is why it was not convicted. This decision was also appealed by the veterans because there are enough reasons to condemn this company.
The vice president reminded: Dutch companies had provided Saddam with about 5,500 tons of chemical bomb making materials during the imposed war.
He also stated that the Legal Vice-Chancellor resolves disputes between government agencies and stated: This is based on Article 134 of the Constitution. So far, we have resolved 480 disputes between government agencies.
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