Former Iranian Ambassador to Ghana Meets Ahl al-Bayt International University
On Saturday, January 3, 2020, Nosratollah Maleki, iran's former ambassador to Ghana, was a guest at Ahl al-Bayt International University.
Dr. Nosratollah Maleki, Former Iranian Ambassador to Ghana, Dr. Nosratollah Maleki, said the meeting was held in the presence of Dr. Saeed Jasari, Vice Chancellor for Communications and International Affairs, Dr. Ghomi, Deputy of Research and Technology, Dr. Mahtab Raziee, Head of Public Relations and Deputy of Deputy of Communications and International Affairs and a group of students of Ghana, Dr. Nosratollah Maleki, former Ambassador of Iran to Ghana, said. : I hope that with the presence of new students of Ghana to this university, we will establish more scientific and research connections with this country.
He added: Ahl al-Bayt University with the aim of scientific promotion and holding international scientific seats can be a gateway for scientific and research communications between Iran and Ghana, in this regard, newly arrived students can be good representatives for this purpose.
At the end of the meeting, Dr. Saeed Jasari, president of the University, emphasized that the promotion and transformation of the scientific level and prosperity of the university is on our agenda, which to achieve this goal, holding specialized scientific courses, seats of thought, student camps, the addition of new disciplines in the university, attracting faculty members, etc. One of the most important issues that is underway. He stated Africa as one of the main priorities of scientific and academic communication and cooperation and said that we will try to graduate foreign students of this university with a good memory and return to their home country.
It is worth noting that Dr. Nosratollah Maleki was an expert in charge of the Singapore desk at the South East Asia General Directorate, a political expert at the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Manila, an expert in charge of the Philippine desk, the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Sierra Leone and Ghana.