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November 11th, 2007
Iranian Science Minister Mohammad Mehdi Zahedi met with his Togolese counterpart Fidel Nouboukpo here in Tehran on Saturday.
During the meeting, Zahedi briefed Nouboukpo about Iran's scientific prospects, saying that according to the country's 20-year envision plan, Iran should stand the first in scientific and technological production in southwest Asia and among Islamic countries by the year 2024.
"We have, fortunately, succeeded in making remarkable progress in certain scientific fields. As regards progress in the field of nanotechnology, Iran stands the first in the region and the 26th among the world countries," he said.
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