La Paz (IP): Iran's ambassador to Bolivia and the Bolivian new vice president stressed drafting the joint cooperation program.

Iran Press/America: Morteza Tafreshi and David Choquehuanca held a meeting in Bolivia capital, La Paz on Saturday.

During the meeting, Choquehuanca referred to his respected country's interest in cooperating with the Islamic Republic of Iran especially in the industrial and advanced sciences, including nanotechnology, saying: "We would like to benefit from Iran's scientific and industrial achievements in our country."

Morteza Tafreshi, Iran's Ambassador to La Paz, also announced Tehran's readiness to cooperate with the South American country in areas of common interest and to meet its needs.

In the meeting, the two sides also decided to formulate the cooperation program.


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