Jan 27, 2024, 5:08 PM

Iran, Armenia to develop Veterinary cooperation

Iran, Armenia to develop Veterinary cooperation

TEHRAN, Jan. 27 (MNA) – Iran and Armenia are developing bilateral cooperation in the field of animal health and veterinary medicine.

Head of Iran’s Veterinary Medicine Organization Mojtaba Norouzi in a meeting with the ambassador of Armenia in Tehran, Arsen Avakian emphasized bilateral cooperation, explaining the GIS (geographic information systems) and the disease control and livestock tracking system.

It was discussed in the meeting that the authorities of the two countries should follow up on bilateral cooperation regarding the import of livestock to supply the country's meat, preventing the entry of cross-border livestock diseases, and exporting milk and dairy products.

Armenia's ambassador announced Iran and Armenia's cooperation in launching joint projects for the production of livestock vaccines and the transferring of Iran's experiences.

He said that the abundant capacities and the cooperation between the veterinary medicine of the two countries are a good ground for cooperation that Armenian officials are aware of.


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