Vice-president for Science and Technology Affairs and head of National Elites Foundation meets Afghan officials and academics in Tehran

دیدار معاون علمی و فن‌آوری رئیس‌جمهور و رئیس بنیاد ملی نخبگان جمهوری اسلامی ایران  با  نخبگان افغانستانی

In this meeting, Dr. Sorena Sattari described some of the difficulties and challenges faced by Afghan elites in their native country as "clear injustice" and promised to work closely with the embassy of Afghanistan to ensure that all such problems are eliminated. The Afghan ambassador requested Dr. Sattari's urgent attention to resolve immigrant students' tuition issues.

The Afghan ambassador, diplomats at the embassy of Afghanistan in Tehran, officials from Afghanistan's National Elites Foundation, and prominent figures of the Afghan community of elite immigrant academics and entrepreneurs in Iran, held a meeting with Dr. Sorena Sattari, Iran's vice-president for Science and Technology Affairs and head of the National Elites Foundation. The Afghan ambassador and elite students shared their views on the current state of immigrant students and elites community in Iran. At the end of the meeting, three Afghan students were recognized for having ranked first in Iran's national university entrance exam for master's programs.

A number of elite Afghan academics in the fields of humanities, engineering, and medical sciences also described some of the more common problems and challenges faced by immigrant students in Iran. According to these academics, Afghan specialists are currently not being fully appreciated in Iran, despite the general belief that proper utilization of Afghan specialists in relevant positions could improve bilateral relations between the two neighboring counties.

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