Egypt, Libya talk about increased cooperation in ICT, postal solutions

Egypt’s Minister of Communications and Facts Engineering Amr Talaat has acquired a superior-stage delegation of

Egypt’s Minister of Communications and Facts Engineering Amr Talaat has acquired a superior-stage delegation of leaders from Libya’s facts and communications engineering (ICT) sector for discussions on boosting cooperation.

The Libyan delegation was headed by Faisal Ahmed Qarqab, head of the Libyan Telecom Keeping Company (LPTIC).

For the duration of the conference, the two sides talked about boosting elements of joint cooperation involving Egypt and Libya in the fields of communications, details know-how, and postal solutions.

This comes in light of the Memoranda of Comprehending (MoUs) signed concerning the two nations through Key Minister Mostafa Madbouly’s stop by to the Libyan capital, Tripoli, in April.

LPTIC is responsible for supervising Libya’s ICT sector, and operates to present state-of-the-art and successful solutions in the area of: communications technologies postal expert services and facts technology. Collectively, these help the progress of the Libyan financial state.

The enterprise incorporates a range of subsidiaries, namely: the Libyan Global Telecommunication Company the Libya Telecom Organization the Libya Telecom and Know-how Corporation the Libya Publish Organization the Al-Bunia Investment decision and Services Business and the Communications and Information and facts Technological innovation Academy.

The two sides held an extensive meeting in the presence of a quantity of executive leaders from Egypt’s Ministry of Communications and Information and facts Technology, LPTIC, and their affiliate marketers. 

The conference aimed to examine approaches to improve cooperation amongst the two nations around the world in accordance with the 3 MoUs signed in between Egypt and Libya.

Two MoUs were being signed with the purpose of cooperating in rebuilding the data infrastructure in Libya, which will gain from the Egyptian procedure of worldwide cables.

This is in addition to signing an MoU to build capacities and train Libyan youth in complex techniques, in cooperation with the Details Technological know-how Institute of Egypt’s Ministry of Communications and Info Know-how.

The conference also witnessed the presentation of visions on strategies to aid bilateral cooperation between the two international locations in various fields.

This involves: electronic infrastructure electronic transformation postal companies capacity making and refining the electronic techniques of youth in numerous communications sciences and details systems. 

In addition, other visions include joint cooperation in locations relevant to the legislative and regulatory composition of the communications sector, and coaching Libyan personnel in cybersecurity and addressing cyber-attacks.

Talaat extra that it was agreed to accelerate the pace of fruitful cooperation based mostly on prevalent interests amongst Egypt and Libya in the ICT sector. The two sides also agreed to sort a joint working staff from the two countries, to develop a specific program with matters and a timetable for applying joint cooperation projects.

These would choose place in the fields of interconnection and submarine cables, and electronic transformation projects. They would transfer Egyptian experiences in Libya, whilst benefiting from the success stories that Libya has obtained in this subject.