Pakistan, Japan Agree to Enhance Cooperation in Information & Technology
Japan and Pakistan have agreed to expand their information technology cooperation. Mitsuhiro WADA, the Japanese ambassador to Pakistan, met with Syed Amin Ul Haque, the Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunications, on Tuesday. The conference was also attended by senior authorities from the Ministry of Information Technology.
During the meeting, the two countries decided to expand their cooperation in the domain of information technology. Syed Amin Ul Haque, the Federal Minister for Information Technology, told the Japanese Ambassador that Pakistan appreciates its relations with Japan. He believes that improving mutual cooperation in the fields of information technology and telecommunications is critical.
Syed Amin Ul Haque stated that Pakistan has a lot of potential in the field of information technology, and that Pakistani IT people can help Japan. He went on to say that Japanese IT companies can hire Pakistani IT specialists.
Amin Ul Haque stated that the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunications will provide all available assistance to Japanese enterprises. The Japanese ambassador stated that Pakistani young are capable and intelligent, and that Pakistani IT expertise may benefit Japan. He also praised the Ministry of IT and Telecom’s efforts to improve the IT and telecom sector.