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Cyprus and Austria sign MoU in digital transformation

Υφυπουργός Έρευνας – Μνημόνιο Συν
Kyriakos Kokkinos with the Austrian deputy minister of the federal ministry of finance Andrea Reichhardt

A Memorandum of Understanding in the field of digital transformation between Cyprus and Austria was signed on Thursday at the presidential palace, by the deputy minister of research, innovation and digital policy Kyriakos Kokkinos and the deputy minister of the federal ministry of finance Andrea Reichhardt.

According to the announcement, the MoU underlines the importance of digital transformation for sustainable development and social progress and aims to broaden and expand relations between the two countries on issues related to the modernisation of governance and public administration.

It also aims to promote technological cooperation in areas of common interest and mutual benefit with the aim of encouraging and developing collaborative activities in areas of common interest with a strategic commitment and clear purpose.

Kokkinos stressed the importance of digital reform in the public sector through the exchange of experiences, know-how and expertise in order to assist the Cypriot side in the design and implementation of its strategic plan and digital solutions that meet the specific requirements of the country. “We deserve a more sustainable, digital and inclusive future. This cooperation can offer it to us,” he said.

Through the agreement, the two countries seek to accelerate a holistic digital transformation, a key lever for a diversified, more sustainable development model that can lead to economic growth, international competitiveness and social prosperity”.

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