Oman, Mauritania Discuss Cooperation in Communications and IT

Muscat: Represented by the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Information Technology, the Sultanate of Oman today held an official session of talks with the Islamic Republic of Mauritania to discuss aspects of cooperation in the fields of communications and information technology (IT).

The session was chaired by Eng. Said Hamoud Al Ma’awali, Minister of Transport, Communications and Information Technology, and Moctar Ahmed El Yedaly, Minister of Digital Transition, Innovation and Modernization of Administration in Mauritania.

Two visual displays were presented at the session. The first featured the National Programme for Digital Economy in Oman and the second dealt with the Government Digital Transition Programme in Mauritania.

The Mauritanian delegation’s programme includes a visit to some government and private institutions where consultative meetings will explore Oman’s experience in the communications and IT sector. The session was attended by undersecretaries and specialized officials from both sides.

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