Tehran, Feb 25, IRNA – Foreign Ministry Deputy for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian voiced Iran’s readiness to expand healthcare activities in the country of Mali.
He made the remarks here on Wednesday in a meeting with Mali’s Education and Scientific Research Minister Mountaga Tall who is Tehran to attend the Conference of higher education ministers of Non-Aligned Movement (NAM).
He said is ready to open its second clinic in Mali.
Referring to the good relations existing between the two countries, he also expressed hope that with establishment of peace and stability in Mali the present potential capacities for mutual cooperation will become practical.
The Iranian official further said Tehran was keen to transfer its experiences and technological and scientific capabilities to Mali.
The Mali minister said his first to Iran totally changed his mentality about the country’s potential and capacities.