ISLAMABAD, Jul 19 (APP): Supreme Audit Institutions of Pakistan and Iran signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperation in public sector auditing in Tehran.
The Auditor General of Pakistan Rana Assad Amin who is in
Tehran on an official tour and Amin Hussein Rahimi Senior President of Supreme Audit Court of Iran signed the MoU, said a statement received here on Tuesday.
The MoU covers areas on cooperation in public sector auditing.
The heads of the two SAIs agreed to benefit from each other’s experiences through study visits, cooperative audits and training programmes etc.
The areas for co-operative audit were identified as border
management, environmental issues common to the both countries and electricity transmission lines.
The Auditor General of Pakistan Rana Assad Amin thanked
Amin Hossein Rahimi, Senior President, SAC for inviting the
Pakistani delegation to Iran and expressed that the signing of the formal MoU will further enhance the existing brotherly relations with the SAI of Iran and will open new areas of co-operation between the two SAIs.
The Auditor General of Pakistan extended special invitation to
Mr. Amin Hossein Rahimi, Senior President, Supreme Audit Court of Iran to visit Pakistan.
The visiting delegation was impressed with the performance of SANA IT project in the Supreme Audit Court, Iran.
Auditor General of Pakistan also invited the head of SANA IT
project and his team to Pakistan and share Iran’s experience of automation of audit activities through audit management system.
During the visit to Iran from July 17-22 2016, the Auditor
General of Pakistan will also visit the Appeal Court of SAC for an orientation with Judicial Audit system in Iran.
The Auditor General of Pakistan will also visit Qom and
Isfahan and meet with Directors General of Supreme Audit Court of Qom and Isfahan Provinces.