Iran, S. Korea Sign Audit MoU


Iran, S. Korea Sign Audit MoU

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iran and South Korea signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between the auditing organizations of the two countries.

Delegations representing the Supreme Audit Court of Iran and the Board of Audit and Inspection of South Korea held a meeting on the sidelines of the 24th International Congress of Supreme Audit Institutions (INCOSAI) in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro.

The delegations signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between the auditing organizations of Iran and South Korea.

The document includes plans for defining and promoting cooperation and interaction between Tehran and Seoul in governmental auditing and sharing of experiences and appropriate scientific methods in various public financial fields, particularly auditing of information technologies and environmental practices.

President of the Supreme Audit Court of Iran Mehrdad Bazrpash held meetings with officials from Russia, Indonesia, Nigeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Djibouti and Tanzania during the event.

The XXIV International Congress of Supreme Audit Institutions is held from November 7 to 11 in Rio de Janeiro.

The congress is guided by two main themes: “The work of Supreme Audit Institutions in the face of public calamities” and “Global voice, global outcome, and far-reaching impact”.

The International Congress of Supreme Audit Institutions (INCOSAI) is the supreme body of the International Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI). It brings together around 800 full, associate, and affiliated members of the organization with the purpose of making strategic decisions. At INCOSAI, participants from more than 120 countries discuss key issues faced by the public audit community and their potential solutions.