MINSK, 15 May (BelTA) – Belarus counts on further effective cooperation with Huawei Company. Prime Minister of Belarus Andrei Kobyakov made the statement as he met with Huawei Chairman of the Board of Directors Guo Ping on 15 May, BelTA has learned.
Andrei Kobyakov remarked that in addition to selling equipment to Belarus Huawei Company also implements its projects, carries out scientific research projects in Belarus, and trains Belarusian students in the People's Republic of China.
The prime minister said: “We hope that the accumulated experience and prospects of cooperation will play an important role in the development of information and communication technologies in Belarus and in making friendship between our countries stronger. The Belarusian government counts on further effective interaction and professional cooperation.”
Andrei Kobyakov stressed that Belarus had embraced the policy aimed at building an IT country and reaching a new level of development by means of the digital transformation of the national economy. Modern technologies should facilitate changes in all the spheres of economic activities and at all levels of state administration. “It is a labor-intensive and ambitious task. Huawei Company may make its own contribution to the implementation of our plans,” noted the Belarusian head of government.
In turn, Guo Ping confirmed that there are prospects for tight cooperation between the two sides in the area of information and communication technologies.