Iran, India to step up ICT coop.

TEHRAN, Jun. 15 (MNA) – Iranian and Indian ICT ministers have agreed to provide proper conditions for further expansion of bilateral cooperation on information and communication technology.

Iranian ICT Minister Mahmoud Vaezi who is in Geneva for a specialized meeting of the International Telecommunication Union, held talks with his Indian counterpart Manoj Sinha on Thursday.

During the meeting, the two sides noted the many commonalities and potential and actual capacities for ICT cooperation between the two countries, and reached an agreement to expand cooperation in various fields based on existing MoUs signed between them.

The two ministers also conferred on developing cooperation in technology, exchange of experience for rural communications, activating agreements, forming a joint working group and cooperation in international organizations.

The two sides further stressed resolve for sharing experiences on communications infrastructure development policies, joint stamp issues, facilitation of cooperation between the two countries’ private sectors and offering a capacity of Iran’s bandwidth transit to India. 


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