A four-member Iranian delegation is in
Head of delegation and head of the
Prof Amirinia said
"We are ready to support this area, to export our hi-tech products to
"We could start a new era of progression in science and technology, not only between
"We have many technologies that benefit the agricultural sector and we are ready to sign several Memoranda of Understanding."
At Sirdic, Prof Amirinia met with officials to discuss and identify areas of interest for meaningful developments.
Prof Amirinia said Zimbabweans were to benefit from technologies that they would acquire in the fields of nanotechnology, biotechnology, agricultural research and food science and technology, information and communication technologies, health and medical sciences, metallurgy, industrial technology and further areas that may be mutually agreed upon in future.
"We believe in technology as a tool for progress and all people have a right to it," he said. "We want to start cooperation with Sirdic to empower people through technology and bring progress to the people of
"We are going to conduct collaborative research and development work in identified areas, exchange and secondment of expertise and training personnel, sharing of information and research findings."
Dr Mafoti expressed gratitude towards the initiative by
"We are glad to have
The Iranian delegation is expected to visit the
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