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Mashhad will host next Friday the scientific cooperation between Iraq, Iran and Syria

BAGHDAD, The Head of the Scientific Research and Food Industries in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Qadir Rajabzadeh, announced that the city of Mashhad will host the first meeting of scientific cooperation between Iran, Iraq and Syria on Friday 24th of August.

"The purpose of the forum, which is held with the participation of 250 professors and heads of universities in Iraq and Syria, and 100 scientists, professors and heads of universities in Iran, to increase the scientific and knowledge exchange among the three countries and the exchange of experiences and knowledge transfer in the field of food and agriculture Environment ".

He added that "470 articles have been submitted so far to the forum from inside and outside Iran, 250 of them by scientists and local professors and 170 articles byIraqi and Syrians scientists, 18 articles will be presented, including lectures, and the rest published during the establishment of the forum over two days."

"As part of this project, in addition to presenting various topics in the fields of agriculture, the environment and the food industry, and exchanging views and experiences, experts will examine environmental problems and find solutions," he said.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

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BAGHDAD, The Head of the Scientific Research and Food Industries in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Qadir Rajabzadeh, announced that the city of Mashhad will host the first meeting of scientific cooperation between Iran, Iraq and Syria on Friday 24th of August.

"The purpose of the forum, which is held with the participation of 250 professors and heads of universities in Iraq and Syria, and 100 scientists, professors and heads of universities in Iran, to increase the scientific and knowledge exchange among the three countries and the exchange of experiences and knowledge transfer in the field of food and agriculture Environment ".

He added that "470 articles have been submitted so far to the forum from inside and outside Iran, 250 of them by scientists and local professors and 170 articles byIraqi and Syrians scientists, 18 articles will be presented, including lectures, and the rest published during the establishment of the forum over two days."

"As part of this project, in addition to presenting various topics in the fields of agriculture, the environment and the food industry, and exchanging views and experiences, experts will examine environmental problems and find solutions," he said.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

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