ArmInfo. On November 30, Armenian Minister of Transport, Communication and Information Technologies Vahan Martirosyan, Iranian Ambassador to Armenia Seyed Kazem Sajari and Head of Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC), Professor Saeid Sarkar discussed the prospects of promotion of cooperation.
As the Armenian Ministry's press office has told ArmInfo that during the meeting Martirosyan said that he gives high priority to the cooperation with Iran in transport and communication. The minister expressed hope for formation and strengthening of relations in IT as well.
Saeid Sarkar presented Iran's achievements in nanotechnologies. He spoke of serious prospects of cooperation between Armenia and Iran in that field.
Minister Martirosyan pointed out that Armenia is planning to build an engineering town, where various well-known international companies will be represented. He also offered the Iranian side to participate in the project.
To recall, on 24 June 2015, the meeting of the IT Development Support Council presented the National Instruments' project on construction of an engineering town in Jrvezh district of Yerevan. The project will contribute to quantitative and qualitative growth of the startup IT companies. The project envisages creation of up-to-date infrastructures to boost investments in engineering and provision of complex technological solutions on the local and international markets.