Iran Due to Expand Forensic Medicine in Sudan

Head of Iran’s forensic medicine organization Seyed Shahaboddin Sadr and Sudanese Health Minister Tabita Sokaya Saturday endorsed an agreement on the development of forensic medicine in Sudan. According to the agreement, the Islamic Republic of Iran will establish a specialized institute in forensic medicine in Sudan, and help that country with the training of coroners, holding specialized courses in forensic medicine and short-term courses in serology, anthropology and forensic pathology.

The agreement was signed by the two sides to help further enhance and deepen Iran-Sudan relations.

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