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Publish Date : 9:05 - 2024/1/27
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On Tuesday, January 23, 2024, Razi Institute had the honor of hosting a delegation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which included Dr. Mohammadreza Nazeri, Director-General of the Office of Economic Coordination, Mr. Mohammad Javad Hematpanah, and Mr. Younes Attaei. The meeting took place in Kaveh Hall.

According to the Public Relations of Razi Institute, the main objective of this meeting was to further extend the export goals of Razi Institute's biological products and to leverage the diplomatic capabilities in target countries across Africa and the Middle East.

The Director-General of the Office of Economic Coordination at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs emphasized the importance of developing the export program of Razi Institute. He stated that it is necessary to address the obstacles to the institute's exports while also meeting domestic needs.

Referring to the government’s policies in line with export initiatives and programs, Mohammadreza Nazari, as reported by the institute's Public Relations, emphasized the Ministry of Foreign Affairs aims to resolve challenges and obstacles faced by institutes to foster cooperation between the Islamic Republic of Iran and foreign countries.

The Director-General of the Office of Economic Coordination acknowledged the wide range of products manufactured by Razi Institute, including medical and veterinary vaccines, as well as anti-venom and anti-scorpion sera which have great potential for exports. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is fully prepared to facilitate exports and support knowledge and technology transfer with the support of IR Iran representatives and embassies.

He stressed the significance of developing export programs for the Razi Institute and reiterated the need to address export obstacles while meeting domestic demands. This not only contributes to the institute's financial sustainability but also has a positive impact on the country's economy.

He also noted that although Razi Institute is a government institution and may face certain limitations, it can still establish collaborations with neighboring countries in line with the government's policies on neighborhood development. Additionally, he expressed the Strategy that Razi Institute can strengthen its interactions with countries in Africa and Latin America.

Dr. Nazari also evaluated the beneficial nature of in-person meetings conducted by a team from the Razi Institute with African countries to assess market conditions. He informed about the necessary coordination by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to arrange meetings with Iranian ambassadors in the target countries.

Dr. Ali Es-haghi, Director General of RVSRI, highlighted several activities of Razi Institute and appealed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for their support and assistance in streamlining the institute's activities and export programs. He also disclosed the target countries of Razi Institute for engagement with African nations, emphasizing that the facilitation provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs would greatly enhance the effectiveness of these programs. This, in turn, would enable Razi Institute to swiftly implement these initiatives in response to the growing demand for its products from various countries.

Furthermore, Dr. Ali Es-haghi highlighted the ongoing negotiations and discussions with two Asian countries, as well as the establishment of cooperation with Iraq to export animal and poultry vaccines.

In addition, Dr. Rainak Ghaderi, the Head of the Academic Relations and International Affairs Office of Razi Institute, provided a comprehensive report on the institute's initiatives implemented in African countries, these included organizing webinars with ambassadors of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the target countries to gather valuable insights into their biological sectors. Additionally, Razi Institute conducted training courses for experts from Mauritania, Mali, and Uzbekistan to further strengthen collaboration and knowledge exchange in the region.

Continuing the meeting, Mohammad Javad Hematpanah expressed his intention to address the challenges and issues faced by the Razi Institute in the Economic Coordination Information Center, which is overseen by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Highlighting this center's significance, it provides a unique and effective platform for proposing solutions and removing obstacles to the international cooperation and development of Razi Institute.

Furthermore, Hematpanah recognized the centenary celebration of Razi Institute as an opportunity to enhance its international visibility abroad and stressed the support of MFA in promoting the institute.

Following the meeting with the Board of Directors of Razi Institute, the delegate visited the Venomous Animals Department and the Museum of RVSRI.

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