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Maduro visited Pardis technology park in Tehran

The Head of State was able to appreciate the production line of hemodialysis machines and the scientific and pharmacological development of the facilities, which bring together some 400 companies

The president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, visited the Pardis technology park in Tehran, Iran, as part of the international work agenda he is carrying out in that country.

On his tour, he was able to appreciate the production line of hemodialysis machines and the scientific and pharmacological development, which they promote in the aforementioned technological city.

The national president was accompanied by the first combatant, Cilia Flores; the Minister of Popular Power for Science and Technology, Gabriela Jiménez, among other Venezuelan and Iranian authorities.

“With a view to promoting the exchange of scientific knowledge for the development of our nations, we visited the Pardis Technology Park in Tehran, in the Islamic Republic of Iran. Optimizing the health system and advancing technology is our priority," the president wrote on his Twitter account.

leading companies

This park brings together 400 technology companies, which produce thousands of items for consumption.

Pardis Technology Park, nicknamed Iran's Silicon Valley, is home to dozens of leading Internet access providers, banks, call centers, scientific and medical laboratories, companies specializing in nano and biotechnology, or artificial intelligence. and robotics.

Located about 20 kilometers northeast of Tehran, the Pardis Technology Park is installed on a 1,000-hectare site, of which only 60 are occupied by modern buildings that house more than 400 companies, according to international media reports.

This technology park, unique in Iran, was created in 2002 to strengthen the capabilities of society in technology and to facilitate its presence in the world.

strategy meeting

Earlier, the head of state held a meeting with the Iranian Oil Minister, Javad Owji, in order to reinforce strategic objectives in this area, and analyze measures to face the sanctions against the peoples of Iran and Venezuela.

President Nicolás Maduro's visit to Iran is focused on strengthening cooperation ties in the areas of science and technology, energy, hydrocarbons, agriculture, transportation, tourism and culture, as well as solidarity between both nations.

The President remarked that Venezuela has an agenda that is mainly focused on the development of the countries of the world through the integration of its scientific, technological and knowledge capacities, of which his recent visits to the countries Turkey, Algeria and Iran.

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