Turkey, Thailand to cooperate in science, technology

Turkey's TUBITAK and Thai NSTDA ink pact to forge bilateral cooperation in areas of science and technology

Ersin Çelik
Ersin Çelik
09:23 . 24/11/2018 Cumartesi
MOU signing ceremony

MOU signing ceremony

The Turkish and Thai national science and technology institutions on Friday signed a memorandum of understanding to enhance their cooperation.

The Turkish Scientific and Technological Research Council (TUBITAK) and Thailand’s National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA) inked the deal in the Thai capital Bangkok during a two-day workshop.

Speaking at the opening of the workshop, Hasan Mandal, the head of TUBITAK, said that both countries are among the world's emerging economies.

“Science, technological development, innovation, and qualified human resources are important in the transitioning of both countries to the next stage,” he added.

The deal increased the numbers of countries that TUBITAK cooperates with to 49.

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