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December 17th, 2006
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said...
The chief executive official referred to the two countries' agreements on joint cooperation in research activities, particularly in the field of Nanotechnology, and viewed progress in the said field as crucially important for both Iran and Malaysia.
He also made a proposal for the reinvigoration of the two countries' scientific and research cooperation, particularly in the field of Nanotechnology, through the establishment of two centers for mutual cooperation in the two countries.
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