U.S. Sanc­tions No Ob­sta­cle To Iran Sci­en­tific Growth

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TEHRAN (FNA) - The ex­ec­u­tive sec­re­tary of the on­go­ing In­ter­na­tional Iran-Europe CTO-Caspian Meet­ing in Mash­had city in North­east­ern Iran un­der­scored that the U.S. sanc­tions have not left any neg­a­tive im­pacts on the coun­try’s sci­en­tific growth.

“We have suc­ceeded in hold­ing this im­por­tant congress with the par­tic­i­pa­tion of for­eign and prom­i­nent guests de­spite sanc­tions,” Be­hzad Al­izadeh told re­porters on Thurs­day.

“While many coun­tries are try­ing to sanc­tion Iran, hold­ing such con­gresses and pres­ence of for­eign guests in­di­cate that the sanc­tions have been in­ef­fec­tive on the coun­try’s sci­en­tific growth,” he added.

Mash­had city in Kho­ras­san Razavi prov­ince is host­ing the 2nd In­ter­na­tional Congress of Ira­nian and Euro­pean Heart Physi­cians for 3 days.

Dr. Ferey­doun Nouhi, the di­rec­tor of the Ira­nian Car­di­ol­ogy As­so­ci­a­tion, an­nounced in a press con­fer­ence at the cen­tral of­fice of As­tan Quds Razavi in Tehran ear­lier that “the 2nd Iran-Europe CTO-Caspian Meet­ing will be held at Razavi Hos­pi­tal, a sub­sidiary of As­tan Quds Razavi, in two very im­por­tant ar­eas of con­gen­i­tal, struc­tural and valve dis­eases, as well as chronic ob­struc­tion of the ves­sels on De­cem­ber 5 to 8”.

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