Bilateral Coorporation

On the basis of inheritance, development and scaling relationships with various international partners, since the time of the "post embargo" switch to gradually integrate with regional and international, mounted associated with the process of comprehensive reform initiative in all areas of political life, the economy and society of the country, relations of bilateral cooperation with these countries on labor and society is also interested promote both in form and content with the commitments driven deeper and broader in order to respond quickly to the increasing requirements of the process of integration with the world.

During the 1980s, relations of bilateral cooperation in the field of labor is mainly based on the spirit of "division of labor and the obligations of membership" in the framework of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance with the socialist countries Eastern Europe, the Agreement on Cooperation commit hard labor in a way taken to be done well only be set with 4/12 countries (USSR, Germany, Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria), next to the Agreement, agreed national agreements with some "friends" of the African region (Angerie, Libya, Angola, Modambiq), Iraq. Although brought about certain results for the commitment, but also the lack of a comprehensive synchronization for the areas of common concern in the development, heavily focusing mechanism, planning.