The above agreement was the result of a meeting on Friday between K Rajaraman, president of the Digital Communications Commission and secretary of the Department of Telecommunications at the Ministry of Communications of India, and the deputy head of the sector in Cuba, Grisel Reyes, who is in New Delhi at the head of a group of specialists.
These issues will be included in the collaboration agreement that both countries plan to sign, Reyes told Prensa Latina.
This week, India and Cuba agreed to collaborate on digital transformation after a meeting between the Secretary of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Alkesh Kumar Sharma, and Cuban Deputy Minister Grisel Reyes.
The Cuban official told Prensa Latina that the representatives of both nations identified important opportunities to collaborate.
Reyes pointed out that the parties seek to share opensource platforms to implement government services, training projects and education in emerging technologies, as well as the creation of a high-performance computing center, among other initiatives.
The Cuban delegation met with the board of directors of the National Association of Software and Services Companies of India.
At a forum in New Delhi, sponsored by the Economic Trade Organization of India at the headquarters of the Federation of Exporters of India, the Cuban deputy minister highlighted the possibilities of joint work between companies from the two nations in order to enter the market of technology in Latin America.
The Cuban delegation also participated in the international exhibition and conference of information technology and communications Indiasoft 2023, the largest technological event in India.