A strong delegation of Iranians led by Vice President for Science & Technology and Head of National Elites Foundation Hon. Dr. Sourena Sattari has toured Kenya with the Asian country exploring on areas of cooperation in the science, technology and trade.
The delegation from Iran included about 60 companies in knowledge sector. It held trade talks with Trade Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya and Kenya Investment (KenInvest) where trade opportunities were discussed.
Dr. Sattari emphasized on the necessity of creating a credit line for banks and providing the opportunity for the two countries’ technology and technology companies to interact with Iran and Kenya to exchange products and services.
He stressed the need for a favorable environment for the exchange and export of technology products and services between companies and financial institutions in the two countries.
The two countries said that it is important to provide the context and environment for cooperation and interaction between companies and financial institutions both sides to exchange products, services, knowledge, technologies and experiences, and to facilitate exports. Therefore, they emphasized that it is important to create a common bank credit line.
Referring to the need for support for our scientific and business cooperation between the two countries, he said: Companies should be comfortable in providing financial exchanges for financial transactions and banking, and in this regard, policies and policies of both sides should be developed to provide the field.
“We are ready to carry out scientific and technological projects in the fields of ICT, pharmaceuticals, services and medicine,” noted KenInvest Chief Executive Officer Moses Ikiara.
“Iran has good industry and technology capabilities, and Kenya will provide the opportunity to enter these technologies,” said Peter Munya. Referring to the importance of using new technologies in the industry, he said, “The appropriate fields for the activities of the two countries in the fields of technology and industry will be explored.”