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July 21st, 2007
Iran technology for int'l peace: Zahedi
Iran's Minister of Science, Research and Technology Mohammad-Mehdi Zahedi said on Saturday that knowledge and technology of Iranian elite and scientists are at the service of the international peace and tranquility.
Zahedi said, "Iran has made several achievements in the fields of science including nuclear fuel technology, fundamental cells and nanotechnology."
Zahedi described as "very constructive" his visit to Tajikistan, saying Iran and Tajikistan reached agreements in several scientific and research fields.
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