Iran, Nicaragua to form joint science-technology committee
The Ambassador of Nicaragua to Iran, while attending the Tehran University Science&Technology Park, met with the head of the park and visited several knowledge-based companies located in the park in order to form a joint science and technology committee between the two countries.
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Asadi assessed the history of solidarity and companionship between the two nations over the years and the relations between Iran and Nicaragua as capital and a great opportunity for the owners of knowledge-based companies and businesses of the two countries to be present in each other's markets and added that the development of relations between Iran and Nicaragua in the field of science and technology can help deepen the relationship between the two countries.
The head of Tehran University Science & Technology Park stated that Science and Technology Park of Tehran University is the only one in Iran, where from small innovative companies to very large and developed companies are located.
"Tehran University Science & Technology Park has activities in most specialized technical fields such as information technology, agriculture, medicine and human sciences have active knowledge-based companies."
Isaac Lenin Bravo for his part emphasized on strengthening the relations between the two countries and said: "The relations between Iran and Latin American countries, especially Nicaragua, have become stronger in recent years."
The Ambassador of Nicaragua to Iran, expressing his interest in establishing a joint science and technology committee between the two countries, emphasized the commonalities between Iran and Nicaragua, such as the fight against colonialism and arrogance, and considered it necessary to improve science and technology through joint cooperation.