Baku, Azerbaijan, Feb. 13
By Fatih Karimov- Trend:
The 11th round of human rights talks between Iran and Japan was held in Tehran on February 13, Iran's ISNA news agency reported.
The Iranian delegation was headed by Mansureh Sharifi Sadr, foreign minister advisor and the director of foreign ministry department for human rights and women's affairs.
The two parties discussed policy and held measures regarding the human rights as well as issues of mutual concern.
The Iranian and Japanese delegations also talked about the cooperation with the United Nations regarding the issue.
The experts from the two sides also exchanged views about the judicial systems of their countries.
The next round of the talks is scheduled to be held in Tokyo next year.
The 10th Japan- Iran human rights dialogue was held in Tokyo in 2014.