Venezuelan institutions seek cooperation with Iran | New


“Basically, we plan to create alliances, health alliances to continue helping the Venezuelan people in everything related to health,” Quimbiotec public affairs manager Giselle Longa said in an interview. to the Sputnik agency.

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On Wednesday, President Nicolas Maduro inaugurated the Iran-Venezuela Science, Technology and Industry Fair with the aim of boosting trade, science, industry and technology exchanges between the two nations.

More than 300 Venezuelan businessmen have been summoned to participate in the event, which hosts 79 representatives of the Persian nation until September 19.

Longa assured that Venezuela has an important portfolio of medicines to offer to the Iranian market and products for therapeutic use contained in human plasma.

Quimbiotec, the state pharmaceutical technology conglomerate, is the commercial branch of the Venezuelan Institute for Scientific Research (IVIC) and its main objective is to promote links between the sectors of science, technology and industry. to contribute to the development of the country.

For his part, IVIC researcher José Cardiel said that the meeting was an opportunity to disseminate the research developed by the organization and, at the same time, to assess the possibilities of cooperation with Iran.

“Through this fair, with Iran, we disseminate all the research in stem cell biology and the clinical applications that we have developed, first the dissemination at the level of all the participants, then the possibilities of collaboration with the Iran, which also has a significant resource in this area,” he said.

According to the government, the fair is a first step towards setting up a technological industrial park to develop the country’s food, health and education.

During the inaugural event, Maduro also informed that the meeting would allow for essential automotive alliances and stressed that vehicles of Iranian origin would be assembled in Venezuela.

The President also mentioned that the sanctions against Iran have not hindered its growth and development and pointed out that the Persian nation ranks fourth in the world in the field of nanotechnology. Therefore, he felt that Venezuela could use its equipment and inputs.

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