Dr. Karim Najafi Barzegar, Secretary General of the CINVU, Met with the Deans of Universities in Islamic Countries on the First Day of Unity Week


The Secretary General of the CINVU, referring to the use of virtual education by more than 30 million students, stressed the adoption of a development-oriented approach in using all capacities of virtual education to strengthen communication between elites, thinkers, universities and Islamic countries.

According to the public relations of the Islamic World Virtual Universities Network, on the first day of Unity Week and at the same time with the 35th Islamic Unity Conference and on the eve of awarding the Mostafa International Prize by the Islamic Republic of Iran to scientists of the Islamic world, a number of top universities First, the Islamic countries that have traveled to Tehran to participate in the international ceremony of the Mustafa (PBUH) Award, by attending the office of the COMSTECH Inter Islamic Network on Virtual Universities on behalf of their universities, accepted the membership of this scientific and technological institution of the Islamic world.

In this event, Dr. Karim Najafi Barzegar, Secretary General of the CINVU, while commemorating the Week of Unity and congratulating the birth of the Prophet Mohammad Mustafa (PBUH), stated that the Virtual Universities Network of the Islamic World has covered 57 Islamic countries. "Currently, more than 30 million students are undergoing virtual education, so in the context of the constraints of the Covid-19 pandemic, we must take advantage of the development-oriented capabilities of virtual education to strengthen communication between elites, thinkers, universities and Islamic countries." To achieve the lofty goal of creating a new Islamic civilization.

Dr. Najafi Barzegar further called unity the key to the victory of the Islamic world and the victory and continuation of the Islamic Revolution and said: "Unity diplomacy is one of the most important policies of the present age, which is always emphasized by Imam Khomeini and the Supreme Leader." It has been because global arrogance is targeting the unity of the Islamic world and trying to create divisions between religions and Islamic sects.

The Secretary General of the CINVU considered reliance on unity as one of the most important goals of scientific and academic diplomacy of Islamic countries and added: Will bring.

In the end, Dr. Najafi Barzegar emphasized: "We are sure that the need of Islamic countries for Western countries will cause damage to Islamic unity, so it is necessary to use scientific, technological and academic capacities to avoid the influence of global arrogance and the growth of Islamic countries."

Dr. Faridul -Alam from Bangladesh University of Medical Sciences, Dr. Muhammad Deniz from Dokuz eylul University in Turkey, Dr. Wan Ahmad from National Particle Physics Center of Malaysia University of Malaysia, Dr. Osman Hassan from Pakistan National University of Science and Technology and Dr. Al-Alam from Bangladesh University Were present.

Accordingly, strengthening the cooperation and benefit of Muslim professors, students and researchers from academic, scientific and technological capacities was the focus of the discussions held at this event.

It is worth mentioning that the COMSTECH Inter Islamic Network on Virtual Universities, which is called CINVU for short, is one of the networks of the Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation of the member countries of the Islamic Cooperation Organization (COMSTECH), which is hosted by the Islamic Republic of Iran. This network is an important and rich base for strengthening and developing public higher education in the virtual context of information technology, with the aim of achieving justice in the field of knowledge and thought and deepening and consolidating what has been learned and empowering students, professors, universities and elites.