Mohammad Soleimani

Mohammad Soleimani

Mohammad Soleimani

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Mohammad Soleimani (born 1954) is an Iranian politician and former Minister of Communication and Information Technology (2005-2009) and formerly the Iranian ambassador to Mali.He was born in kazerun.


He received an BSc in 1978 from Shiraz University in Iran and an MSc in 1981 and a PhD in 1983 in high-frequency electronics.

Trade with Mali

Trade between Iran and Mali averages $15 million annually, 66% of which is Iranian exports of electric and construction equipment, home appliances, tiles, and ceramics. Iranian imports from Mali is mainly sheepskin, cotton, agricultural products, and phosphate.

On August 18, 2004, Soleimani noted that "Mali ranks third and second in the production of gold and cotton respectively in Africa. Construction of dam is vital for Mali since it rains five months in the year there. Iranian dam construction experts could take this opportunity."

Signing of the Asia and Pacific Cooperation Organization Convention

Soleimani met with China's Deputy Prime Minister Huang Ju on October 27, 2005, and signed the convention establishing the Asia and Pacific Space Cooperation Organization (APSCO). Iran's first satellite Sinah-1 was launched with help from the Government of Russia from Polstesk space base in Murmansk province in northwestern Russia. Ahmad Talebzadeh, Iran's Aerospace Organization head, also attended the meeting.

When he returned to Tehran he told reporters, "By placing...
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