IRNA – Iran has great potentials in the field of knowledge-based activities, and Dhaka is fully prepared to expand its cooperation with it in science, research and technology interactions, said the Minister of High Education in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh High Education Minister, Dipo Money stated this in a meeting with Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology and President of the National Elites Foundation in Tehran.
She noted the willingness to cooperate with Iran, especially in the field of knowledge-based activities, and said, ‘In addition to its deep culture and good, Iran has made significant advances in technology.
Referring to Iran’s valuable efforts to achieve scientific and technologic progress, she said, ‘I believe that in the area of science-based knowledge exchange and scientific cooperation, no sanctions can harm the two countries’ cooperation.’
‘We are ready to cooperate with Dhaka in the scientific and technological fields,’ said Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology and President of the National Elites Foundation Sorena Sattari.
He added that the scientific and technological capabilities of Iran, especially the companies and the startup companies, are a solid grounding in the continuation of this engagement.
According to the Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology and President of the National Elites Foundation, the most important mission of the state institutions of the two countries is to provide the necessary infrastructure for interaction between technologists, investors and other influential sectors of the two countries.