Afghanistan national standards authority signed (MoU) with the faculty of pharmacy, Kabul university.
Matiullah Zaland, Technical deputy of ANSA, planning and policy director of ANSA, Technical specialist in compilation of pharmaceutical and cosmetics standards of ANSA, Vice chancellor of Kabul university and pharmacy faculty of the university attended the meeting while the Dean of the faculty, Prof. Aqa Mohammad Zakfar and a number of other lecturers were present.
At the outset, Mr. Zaland, Technical Deputy of ANSA, expressed his consent with the agreement and spoke about lucrative role of the agreement in expanding cooperation and relation between the two organizations. He also noted that (86) standards for pharmaceutical and cosmetics, (79) standards for food and agriculture products have been developed.
In addition, Mr. Zakfar briefed the attendance on the purpose of the bilateral collaboration agreement between the two organizations. Moreover, the Director General of Kabul university by welcoming the delegations of ANSA and spoke about the importance of National Standards Authority in various aspects of life and discussed cooperation and relation between two sides as well as mutual capabilities and opportunities. He also called the signing of this agreement a beneficent step in term of utilization. He further noted the vigilance to collaborate not only in medicine and food, but also in various fields.
According to the agreement, the students of the faculty will carry out practical work in ANSA’S labs and cooperate in same way.
At the end of the meeting, a reciprocal cooperation agreement was signed between the director of faculty of Pharmacy and Mr. Zaland, technical deputy of ANSA.