The President called on the Work Group for Transformation in the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution to carefully and thoroughly review the proposals in this field and present them for decision at the next meeting.
The meeting of the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution was chaired by the President Raisi, during which he forwarded the previous 4 resolutions of the Council to be implemented by institutions.
The second meeting of the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution in the 13th government was held on Tuesday evening under the chairmanship of Ayatollah Dr Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi, and the members continued discussing the transformation in the performance of the council based on Supreme Leader's system of thought".
Speaking on Tuesday afternoon in the first meeting of the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution in the 13th government and with the new members of the council taking part, Ayatollah Dr Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi appreciated the efforts of all former members of the council who worked for the science and culture of the country.
After the report of the National Elite Foundation on migration and the growing trend of return of Iranian elites and intellectuals to the country, the President stated, "The formation and development of knowledge-based companies in the country in recent years and their important role in improving the economy , innovation, production technology and market prosperity, show significant progress in attracting elites from abroad".
In the last meeting of the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution in the year 1399, President Hassan Rouhani said, "Year 1399 was a difficult year, and in the early months of this year, we could not even hold meetings of the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution. However, council meetings were held and we made good decisions".
Speaking in the meeting of the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution, the President referred to the great and amazing progress of our country in the field of nanotechnology, and called it a proud move.
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