The president of the Central American Parliament, the Salvadoran Irma Amaya, and the president of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Viacheslav Volodin, signed on Tuesday a Cooperation Agreement to strengthen parliamentarism.
Within the framework of the II International Forum for the Development of Parliamentarism, held in Moscow, the two entities signed this agreement, which attaches great importance to the development and strengthening of the bonds of friendship, mutual understanding and cooperation of the parties.
Among other aspects, according to the Central American Parliament to Efe in a statement, aims to "promote and deepen cooperation in the political, legal, social, economic, humanitarian and other."
It also establishes that the parties, within their competence, will take measures to "develop interparliamentary cooperation and will contribute to the strengthening of relations in various areas of mutual interest".
The delegation of the Central American Parliament, present at the signing of the agreement, was made up of the vice president Francis Sidney and the vice president of the Commission of International Relations and Migration Affairs, Daniel Ortega Reyes.
Among the areas of mutual interest in which Central America and Russia have already made joint efforts, he highlighted the Regional Discussion on Cybercrime and International Information Security.
The interest of the agreement for the Parlacen is to continue motivating other efforts "taking advantage of the potential of Russia and the development it has in various areas such as, for example, energy," said Amaya, adding that the agreement includes possibilities for technical assistance, the exchange of experiences and affirmative actions among parliaments.
That is why they will seek to extend it to other parliaments in Latin America, such as the Mercorsu Parliament and the Latin American Parliament. AND
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