Publish date30 May 2023 - 20:34
Story Code : 595169

Iran, Oman pursue development of transport lines

Iran and Oman seeking to lay the infrastructure for boosting trade relations along with the development of political ties.
Iran, Oman pursue development of transport lines

With regard to the delay in the development and submission of the artificial intelligence plan to the Parliament, the spokesman said that the delay referred to the fact that the development of the plan was stopped three years ago so was expired due to the increasingly advancing coordination of the technology. 

He said that the plan has been upgraded by the experts and will be finalized until the next month. 
With regard to the economic issues of the country including the problems with the people's livelihood, he told reporters that it would take time to compensate for the wrong policies of the previous policies which tied the country's fate to ties with a few number of the Western countries through signing the so-called JCPOA.
Iran's international nuclear agreement or the so-called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was signed between the country and P5+1 countries (Russia, China, UK, Germany, France, and the US) in 2015, to lift the West's sanctions on Iran, but the US scrapped it on May 18, 2018, re-imposing more sanctions on Iran.
According to the agreement Iran was supposed to curb some of its legal nuclear activities and the other side was supposed to lift sanctions on the Iranian nation. The Western parties did not fulfill their commitments to the deal contrary to Iran which began to carry out the obligations and fulfilled them.
Ali Bahadori said that the administration has focused on removing the deleterious impacts left by the very policies; he referred to the increase of subsidies for people and making some services, including utilities, free for the less-privileged people.
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