Iran, Bolivia Sign MoU on Space Coop
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Iran, Bolivia Sign MoU on Space Coop

Iran and Bolivia signed a memorandum of understanding on space cooperation in Bolivia’s Santa Cruz de la Sierra, on Friday.
The memorandum was signed by Iran’s Ambassador to Bolivia, Reza Tabatabaei Shafiei, and head of Bolivia’s Space Agency, Ivan Zambrana, during a ceremony attended by Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Bolivian counterpart David Choquehuanca, Mehr News Agency reported.
The MoU includes expansion of scientific, technical and academic relations in the field of space, cooperation between universities and research centers, public and private institutes, cooperation on exchanging technology, expertise, equipment and other related resources, exchanging experiences on design and construction of satellites, space lab equipment, training human resources and exchanging scientists and technical experts.

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