ArmInfo. Armenia and Iran will cooperate in science and technology. A memorandum of cooperation was signed the day before in Tehran within the framework of the official visit of RA Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan to Iran.
According to the press service of the RA Ministry of Economic Development and Investments, according to the document, the parties, in order to deepen bilateral cooperation based on mutually beneficial interests, will assist in the exchange of experience in various areas of science and technology. Cooperation, in particular, will be carried out between universities and organizations of the two states. Assistance is provided to universities and senior schools in nanotechnology education, including through courses and upgrading of infrastructures, which is necessary for educational and research laboratories. The parties will also cooperate in organizing joint courses, conferences, seminars.
According to the Memorandum, the parties will create a working commission that will develop an annual program of cooperation. The work of the commission will be regular, and in the course of its activities, further actions will be planned, and experience exchanged. The commission will also monitor progress in implementing the provisions of the signed document.