In Iran-France mutual seminar the following items were mentioned: Both parties discussed and exchanged experience regarding finance of infrastructure and roads projects.
- 25 October 2016
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The Iran-France seminar on “intermodal transportation” and “Private sector investment on infrastructure projects” began with the objective of exchanging know-how and experience on various sectors of intermodal transportation and finance of road and infrastructure projects this morning in BHRC.
Dr. Shekarchizade, BHRC president, welcomed the participants in the seminar and urged to seek the opportunity for further cooperation in the future.
BHRC president gave a talk about the preparation of the seminar and said: here with us, we have university professors, experts, banks and companies’ representatives and authorities which provide an opportunity to understand and learn about the experience of the French in public private partnership and what solutions they applied for the possible issues.
BHRC president said: Mr. Roohani, Iran president, travelled to France in January this year and had a meeting with MEDEF as one of the largest and the best private institutes. The meeting resulted in discussing mutual cooperation and this seminar is held as a result of the meeting.
At the end of the opening seminar, he thanked everyone involved in the organizing and holding the seminar both from the French and Iranian party. He also thanked all the experts, managers and professors of University of Sorbonne 1.
François SÉNÉMAUD, French ambassador in Iran, admired the efforts of BHRC in organizing the seminar and thanked the experts and professors attending seminar from both Iran and France. He pointed out that the issues being discussed in this seminar are of utmost importance for modernization and renovation of infrastructures which is considered as one of the priorities of Mr. Roohani.
The French ambassador pointed out the strong willing of his country in developing future cooperation with Iran in the relevant fields.
He said: we are very interested in developing our cooperation in training fields and we would like to see Iranian students study in higher levels of education in France.
Bernard Vidoo, vice president of international exchange of France Transportation Ministry, imparted friendship and peace message of the French minister of Transportation and stressed well conduct of articles in the MoU which was signed between the two countries.