Iran pays for Solomons students to fly to Cuba
The Australian
02-Dec-2009 (one comment)

TWENTY-FIVE Solomon Islands students will fly to Cuba next week to train as doctors, accompanied by two health officials, thanks to about $107,000 paid by the Iran government for their travel costs. The money was transmitted earlier this month by the Iranian embassy in Canberra via the ANZ Bank branch in Honiara, the Solomons capital.

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begging for money again

by nojanthegreat on

ya we should have been giving this money to our students to go overseas and study  just like 30 years agoand then come out and talk sh@# about iranian goverment. ( shah at that time )

or give it  to young iranian so they can go on and set trash cans on fire.

i hope this soloman island natives became a good docs and service the people of south america , gods speed.

its time that we put the oil money to good use! .