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Iran is scheduled to hold an exhibition of achievements in hi-tech and advanced technologies in Syria from February 5 to 10, 2011, concurrent with annual February celebrations marking the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution's victory in Iran.

Iran to Exhibit Technological Achievements in Muslim Countries

Iran | Posted on December 29th, 2010

The idea for arranging permanent fairs to display achievements in advanced technologies in foreign countries was raised after the Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad visited Iran's Advanced Technologies Exhibition in October 2010, and after the Syrian government announced its interest in holding a similar exhibition in Damascus.

"Holding a permanent exhibition to display Iran's achievements in advanced technologies in other countries is a suitable opportunity for knowledge-based companies to present their products to the international markets." Head of Technology and Innovation Cooperation Center of the Presidential Office Amiriniya said, elaborating on the raison d'ętre for holding 'Iran's Achievements in Advanced Technologies Exhibition' abroad.

"A permanent exhibition to display achievements in hi-tech advanced technologies will be held in enthusiastic countries as of next year," he added.

According to the Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council, Iran's nanotechnology firms and companies are due present their latest achievements in scanning tunneling microscope (STM), Khazra iron-chelate fertilizer, electro-spinning device and spattering machines in the expo.

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