Iran Promises Scientific, Technological Aid to Malawi

A03588537.jpgTEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad voiced Tehran’s preparedness to assist Malawi with progress and advancement, specially in improving its agricultural and healthcare systems.

Speaking during a meeting here on Tuesday with Malawian Foreign Minister Joyce Hilda Banda, the president also mentioned that the Islamic Republic sees no limits in expanding ties with the southeastern African country of Malawi, Tehran Times reported.

Ahmadinejad also stated, “We should all try to change the repressive condition dominating the world.”

Banda appreciated the Islamic Republic for its efforts to establish and expand relations with African countries.

Malawi is interested in sharing Iran’s experiences in various areas including agriculture, water resources management, technical education, and healthcare, she said.

She also expressed hope that the Malawian president’s future visit to Iran would be a turning point in Tehran-Lilongwe relations

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