• Health Minister: Iran has very good experiences in health sphere

Iran's health minister Hassan Ghazizadeh Hashemi has said: "Fortunately, Iran is at top of the list of countries with very good expertise and experiences in health sphere, because this country had begun its activities on health care before the adoption of the Almaty Declaration which emphasises the importance of primary health care."

Asia: According to Iran Press, Iranian minister of health and medical education told reporters that expression of Iran's achievements will be interesting to the other countries.

Upon his arrival to Astana, the capital city of Kazakhstan, to attend the "Global Conference on Primary Health Care",  Hassan Ghazizadeh Hashemi pointed to the 40th anniversary of Almaty declaration and said: "This conference is held on the subject of 'Primary health care and public health'; Secretary-General of the 'World Health Organization' and several Health ministers from around the world are taking part in the conference."

 

Iranian Health minister participated in "Global Conference on Primary Health Care".

Expressing that successful experiences of various countries in the sphere of health is to be shared, Iranian health minister added: "Fortunately, Iran is on the top of the list of countries with very good expertise and experiences in health sphere, because, when this country had begun its activities on health care 45 years ago, before the adoption of the Almaty Declaration which emphasized on the importance of primary health care."

The Iranian minister reiterated, Iranian delegation will do it's best to share its experiences and expertise with other countries.

The international conference on "Primary health care and public health" is being held from 25-26 October in Astana.

194 ministers of health and some presidents are attending the conference.

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Oct 25, 2018 17:31 Asia/Tehran
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