Pakistan and Egypt have agreed to extend their cooperation within the area of Info Expertise and Telecommunication.

The information got here on Tuesday throughout a gathering held between Pakistan’s Federal Minister for IT and Telecom, Mr Syed Aminul Haq, and the Ambassador for Egypt in Pakistan, Mr Tarek Dahroug.

Either side mentioned mutual pursuits that the IT & Telecom industries of every nation may doubtlessly have from these sorts of agreements.

The Minister talked about that Pakistan is at the moment taking a number of steps to make sure the promotion of IT and digitalisation within the nation.

With the Prime Minister’s new “Digital Pakistan” imaginative and prescient, the nation guarantees to be shifting in the direction of an period of digital dominance. The Minister talked about that the, “Institution of IT parks and provision of broadband companies throughout the nation are a part of [their] priorities.”

The Federal Secretary of the Ministry of IT, Mr Shoaib Ahmad Siddiqui, and Member IT, Mr Syed Junaid Imam have been additionally current through the assembly.

The Minister talked about that Pakistan vastly valued its relationship with Egypt. The Ambassador additionally seconded the assertion and added that Egypt wished collaboration between the 2 nations within the fields of IT and Telecom to be stronger.

The information of this enhance in collaboration comes days after a 23.71 % enhance in IT export remittances of Pakistan was seen in response to a report launched by the Pakistan Software program Export Board (PSEB).

There is no such thing as a doubt that Pakistan nonetheless has an extended approach to go earlier than it might match the developments of many different nations within the area of IT & Telecom. These little collaborations and incremental developments, nonetheless, appear to be steps in the proper path in the direction of a “Digital Pakistan.”

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