The Islamic Republic of Iran has pledged to support Kenya acquire requisite expertise in areas of technology to help in the realization of her development agenda.
Speaking in Nairobi during a business forum, Islamic Republic of Iran vice president for science and technology Dr. Sorena Sattari and industrialization cabinet secretary Peter Munya said the two nations will work closely to foster development and technological growth.
It was a two day business forum attended by hundreds of Kenyan entrepreneurs and 87 Iranian businessmen, as the two nations sought to learn critical lessons from each other.
Kenya and the Islamic Republic of Iran pledging to open new chapters in their bilateral relations in areas of technology and innovation.
Dr. Sattari says Iranian innovative enterprise remains interested in partnering with Kenyan innovators to provide solutions to challenges facing the nation.
Speaking during the forum, industrialization CS Munya said Kenya remains open to progressive partnership that will help the country realize its development agenda.