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Russia and Iran are to develop cooperation in standardization and metrology fields

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Islamic Republic of Iran, September 5, 2018
Head of Rosstandart Alexey Abramov and President of the Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran Nayereh Pirouzbakht discussed opportunities to collaborate in standardization, quality infrastructure and metrology fields. Negotiations took place on September 5, 2018 in Karaj (Islamic Republic of Iran)..
Russian delegation was represented by deputy Head of Rosstandart Boris Potemkin, Head of FSUE STANDARTINFORM Vyacheslav Vitushkin, Director of all-Russian Research Institute for Optical and Physical Measurements (FSUE VNIIOFI) Andrey Baturin, specialists from Moscow and Tehran offices of the Russian Export center. Iranian side included representatives from the Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade, standardization and metrology institutes, Iranian Chamber of commerce and other organizations..
Parties also considered the possibility of signing an Agreement between Iranian side and FSUE STANDARTINFORM on providing National Standards and other normative documents for duplicating and sale in print and in electronic version.Special attention was given to the areas of industry participation in technical regulating system and standardization development in Russia and Eurasian Economic Union, including cooperation through Russian Export Center and enhanced market access for Russian products.
The meeting resulted in agreements on cooperation development in creating of reference standards of metals and alloys as well as cooperation in additive technologies. It was also planned to establish engagement in product testing together with Razi Metallurgical Research Center – organization that is specializes in engineering and materials science.

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