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Kazakhstan and the UAE to implement projects in communication technology

13 February, 09:50 201
Kazakhstan and the UAE to implement projects in communication technology

Dauren Abayev agreed with the Minister of State for Happiness of the UAE, Ohood Al Roumi, to promote joint projects in the field of information and communication technologies and digital services.

During the 6th World Governmental Summit in Dubai, Kazakh Minister of Information and Communications Dauren Abayev held a number of meetings with representatives of foreign governments. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry, BNews.kz reports.

Dauren Abayev met with representatives of Portugal, Costa Rica, Slovenia, Mexico and the United Arab Emirates. At the meeting, the sides discussed issues of promoting citizens' satisfaction with state and social services. Participants in the dialogue supported the need to strengthen a multilateral approach to the implementation of sustainable development goals and the UN resolution. For this, the sides agreed to make joint efforts.

A separate conversation was devoted to the challenges of the future, related to artificial intelligence and global digitalization.

At the end of the summit, a memorandum on the initiation of the "Coalition of Happiness" from six countries, they are Costa Rica, Portugal, Slovenia, Kazakhstan, the United Arab Emirates and Mexico, was signed.

In addition, Abayev spoke with the Minister of State for Happiness of the UAE, Ohood Al Roumi. The heads of Ministries agreed to identify specific contact persons for the promotion of joint projects in the field of infocommunication technologies and digital services. Also, the sides intend to cooperate in the field of public services.

We note that Dubai hosts the annual World Government Summit, whose slogan is "Change Future Governments." This is the largest global platform dedicated to exploring the future of governments driven by technological progress and the progressive expectations of citizens. The Summit demonstrates future trends in public services, management and innovation. Annually, about three thousand guests flock from 130 countries, including heads of state, politicians, scientists and representatives of international organizations.

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