YEREVAN (ARKA)—Iran will accept diplomas from three universities in Armenia, Education and Science Minister Armen Ashotian said Wednesday.
Ashotian traveled to Tehran earlier this week where he met with President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad and other officials. His visit focused mainly on the expansion of scientific and education ties between the neighboring countries.
According to agreements yet to be signed, Iran will accept degrees from Yerevan State University, the Yerevan State Medical University and the Yerevan State Engineering University.
Ashotain said Iranian education officials are due to arrive in Yerevan in the coming days to discuss the agreement further. He said Armenia and Iran will try to sign an agreement before the beginning of the next academic year in September.