The MoU for this joint action was signed in the presence of Hoj. Ahmad Marvi, Astan Quds Razavi’s chief custodian, and Dr. Sorena Sattari, Iranian vice-president for science and technology. The move aims to pursue AQR policies and render generous services to pilgrims and neighbors.
Supporting creation and management of the house, taking necessary measures to expedite the licensing of creative and innovative projects, and helping content production are among commitments of the Vice-Presidency in this agreement.
In addition to providing an office for the house, Karamat Razavi Foundation also supplies technical training related to empowering teams, networking them with potential customers, as well as identifying market capacities and facilitating the grounds for startups.
In this ceremony, Hoj. Marvi underscored that every action in AQR should have scientific and logical support, saying that annually, about 30 million pilgrims of different nationalities, races, ethnicities and different ages attend the holy shrine. “AQR is more deserving than any other establishment to carry out its activities with scientific support in various issues.”
“AQR believes in scientific work and empowering the knowledge-based companies, and wishes to prove trust in the youth and youthfulness in practice.” he said.
He pointed out that AQR welcomes scientific centers of the country warmly, and all measures and decisions, large and small in AQR, ought to be purposeful and on the basis of science and reasoning.
This agreement was signed by Mohammad Hossein Ostad Aqa, the managing director of Karamat Razavi Foundation, Ismail Qaderi, director of the Center for Strategic Technologies Development, and Parviz Karami, the secretary of the Knowledge-Based Economy and Soft and Creative Industries of Science and Technology Vice-Presidency.