DEPS Ukraine launched a new stage of cooperation

DEPS Ukraine LLC had been visited by H.E. Mr. Hassan Al Rashid – Iraqi Ministry of Communication with an honorable Iraqi delegation.

The delegation has visited DEPS’s headquarter and conducted bilateral negations between leading business circles on behalf of DEPS Ukraine company. Also, DEPS Ukraine and H.E. Mr. Hassan Al Rashid had held a meeting with the Head of the Parliamentary Committee of Informatization and Communications.

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They discussed the following business areas:

  • Development of the information society
  • EGovernment system
  • The national system of electronic information resources
  • Industry of programming
  • The use of radio frequency resource of Ukraine
  • Cybersecurity
  • Electronic document

During the visit, the parties had discussed the possibilities of development and cooperation in telecommunication in Ukraine and Iraq field as well.

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