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Iraq says interested in exporting Armenia's IT solutions

Iraq says interested in exporting Armenia's IT solutions

PanARMENIAN.Net - A delegation of Iraq's Ministry of Communications met with the members of the Union of Information Technology Enterprises (UITE) during a visit to Armenia on Thursday, August 17 to discuss recent developments in the sector of information technologies and communication.

At the summit, the UITE briefed the Iraqis about the development of the Armenian IT sector, as well as the programs implemented by the Union.

Learning more about the achievements of Armenian ICT sector, the Iraqi experts expressed interest in collaboration in R&D, educational programs, security and e-governance, as well as the export of Armenian IT solutions and investment opportunities.

As part of its mission to assist Armenian IT companies to enter the international market, the UITE recently held a meeting with the ambassador to Iran Artashes Tumanyan .

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