On Saturday the 7th of November 2020, former Vice-Ppresident of the Directorate of Culture and Resources of the Organization of Culture and Islamic Communication and the new organization cultural advisor to Pakistan, Dr. Ehssan Khazaei, met with Prof. Omid, the President of University of Applied Science and Technology (UAST), and discussed joint cultural, scientific, academic and students and lecturers exchange activities between the two countries.
In this friendly meeting, attended by Adviser to the President and General Director of International and Scientific Cooperation Office, UAST, Prof. Mahmoud Reza Delavar, two parties emphasized on the development and expansion of various formats including the exchange of Professors and students, admitting foreign students, holding joint scientific courses such as tourism fields, and signing a memorandum of understanding between UAST and applied science Universities in Pakistan in the future.
Prof. Omid, expressed the capacity and capabilities of the university, verified that the UAST has the full readiness of any development in common fields between Iran and Pakistan.
Then Dr. Khazaei, who is about to be moved to his new mission in Islamabad, also thanked for this meeting and invited Prof. Omid to Islamabad, and expressed hope that all efforts will be made to expand and strengthen the scientific, cultural and academic relations of the two countries.
He continued that considering the good and appropriate relations between Iran and Pakistan and the existence of invaluable books in both countries, I request to introduce cultural expert from Iran to Pakistan in the field of books in the near future.
It is worth mentioning that after meeting with the President of UAST, Dr. Khazaei met with the Adviser to the President and Director General of International and Scientific Cooperation Office of the university.
Finally, the capacity of bilateral agreements in common and interested fields were considered after the starting the mission of Dr. Khazaei in Pakistan, in the form of memorandum of understanding.