Saudi Arabia and India sign a cooperation agreement on digital economy
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of Saudi Arabia signed a cooperation agreement with the Republic of India on digitization and electronic manufacturing by Eng. Abdullah Alswaha, the Saudi Minister of Communications and Information Technology, and Ashwini Vaishnaw, the Indian Minister for Communications, Electronics, and Information Technology.
The agreement’s objective is to improve collaboration between Saudi Arabia and India in digital infrastructure, e-health, and e-learning, while also strengthening their partnership in digital research, innovation, and the application of emerging technologies.
The agreement, in addition, will promote strategic partnerships that foster innovation and growth in the digital economy and supports Saudi Arabia’s endeavours to position itself as a regional centre for technology and innovation, as well as an attractive investment destination.
This initiative aligns with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 goal of increasing economic diversification.