Mission to Iceland from the Sultanate of Brunei-Darussalam


A "fact-finding mission" from the Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam was received in Reykjavik by Rannis, The Icelandic Centre for Research.  The aim of the delegation was to study the Icelandic science and technology system that, over the past thirty years, has highly contributed to a rapic economic and social development in Iceland.  The members of the delegate were representatives of the various ministries in Brunei and the University of Brunei Darussalam.

The members of the delegates met with representatives from the Confederation of Icelandic Industries, the Central Bank of Iceland, the Marine Research Institute, The Icelandic Fisheries Laboratories, the University of Iceland, the Reykjavik University, the Iceland University of Education, the Agricultural University of Iceland, the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, IceTech, Marel and deCODE genetics.

Brunei-Darussalam is situated on the North-Western coast of the island of Borneo (in the South Chineese Sea) with the Malaysian Sabah/Sarawak areas as immediate neighbour.  The area comprises 5788 square kilometres.  The inhabitants are 365 thousand in total.  The mean annual temperatures range from 24 centigrades to 32 centigrades.

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