News ID: 276890
Published: 0955 GMT November 16, 2020

Iranian, Russian scholars hold first webinar on sociology

Iranian, Russian scholars hold first webinar on sociology

Iran and Russia held the first webinar on sociology with the participation of more than 100 scientific and social scholars and experts of the two countries on Monday upon an initiative made by the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Participants of the online conference, held in Moscow, announced that cooperation in the field of sociology would pave the way for the development of bilateral relations between the two countries and the expansion of cooperation in various fields, IRNA reported.

Special Assistant to the President of Russia for Science and Technology Policy and Secretary of the Science and Education Council Andrei Fursenko pointed out at the opening ceremony of the conference that relations between the educational and academic centers of Iran and Russia are developing.

He added that Iran-Russia Sociology Conference has provided an opportunity for experts from both countries to develop scientific relations and social cognition between the two countries and present them to Iranian and Russian officials.

Russian Minister of Science and Higher Education Valery Falkov said the conference is an important event in strategic relations and scientific research between Iran and Russia.

"I hope that during the conference, proposals will be made for the development of scientific relations between the two countries," Falkov said.

Iran's Ambassador to Russia Kazem Jalali, also present in the webinar, stressed the importance of sociological review in the development of cooperation between Iran and Russia.

He said that, undoubtedly, this cooperation will lead to further development of relations between the two countries.


Resource: IRNA
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