The Minister of Communications discusses with his Yemeni counterpart prospects of joint cooperation

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Dr. Amr Talaat, Minister of Communications and Information Technology, discussed with Dr. Naguib Mansour Hamid Al-Auj, Minister of Communications and Information Technology in Yemen, prospects of joint cooperation in the field of communications and information technology.

This comes within the framework of the official visit of the Yemeni government delegation to Egypt headed by Yemeni Prime Minister Dr. Moeen Abdul Malik to discuss ways to enhance cooperation between the two countries.

At the beginning of the meeting; Dr. Amr Talaat stressed that this meeting comes within the framework of the distinguished strategic relations that bring together Egypt and Yemen over many decades, which reflects the great interest that the two political leaderships attach to cooperation at all levels, expressing his aspiration for a real partnership between the two countries in the field of communications and technology. the information.

During the meeting, Dr. Amr Talaat reviewed Egypt’s digital strategy and highlighted Egypt’s achievements in the field of digital transformation and transformation into a participatory government, the development of information infrastructure, and maximizing the benefit from the passage of international submarine cables in Egypt, in addition to the leap it achieved in building digital capabilities and supporting technological innovation. and entrepreneurship, noting the plan that is being implemented to develop the Egyptian Post and expand its branches.

from his side; Dr. Naguib Mansour Hamid Al-Auj, Minister of Communications and Information Technology in Yemen, praised the Egyptian experience in the field of communications and information technology, which attached importance to building the human being. He explained his interest in cooperation in the field of training and capacity development in the fields of communications and information technology, and learning about the experience of training centers affiliated with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology to contribute to the revival of the communications center in Yemen, as well as cooperation in the field of communications regulation and transferring the Egyptian experience in this regard, including relevant legislation Such as protecting personal data and combating cybercrime.

The Yemeni minister also expressed his aspiration to benefit from the Egyptian experience in the field of postal development at the level of developing postal offices as well as the services provided to citizens.

The meeting witnessed a review of Egypt’s manufacturing capabilities in the field of mobile phones and the possibility of providing these products to the Yemeni market, in addition to providing advisory services and technical support in the field of optical fiber extension.

The Yemeni minister toured the smart village to see closely the projects that the smart village includes in the field of communications and information technology. The tour included a visit to the Information Technology Institute; Where he was received by Dr. Heba Saleh, President of the Institute.

During the visit, the Yemeni minister was given a full explanation of the tasks and the great role that the institute plays in preparing the human cadre and providing all means of advanced training in line with the best international training standards in the field of advanced applications and programs according to the best approved curricula and through a qualified cadre within a timetable that provides the student Outstanding qualification opportunities.

The article, the Minister of Communications discusses with his Yemeni counterpart prospects of joint cooperation, it was written in Al Borsa newspaper.