The Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation reports that Russia is ready to supply Vietnam with e-government technologies, smart and safe city solutions, as well as information security products.
Rostelecom, Russia’s largest provider of digital services and solutions, and Vietnam’s leading provider of telecommunication services and information technology services Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) signed a Memorandum of understanding (MOU) aimed at developing cooperation in the field of information and communication technologies.
The Memorandum was signed by President and CEO of VNPT Pham Duc Long and President of Rostelecom Mikhail Oseevsky. The signing was attended by Prime Minister of Vietnam Nguyen Xuan Phuk and Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev. In accordance with the text of the Memorandum, the main areas of cooperation are information security, e-government and smart cities.
The Memorandum involves the exchange of media products and programs, the implementation of joint thematic projects, press tours and internships of journalists.
In addition, Russia is ready to share its experience in the transition to digital broadcasting, to offer domestic equipment (digital broadcasting and television transmitters) for the Vietnam market and to establish cooperation in the design and construction of broadcasting networks.
According to Pham Duc Long, VNPT is implementing the digital transformation strategy to become the leading provider of digital services in the region. Cooperation with Rostelecom will help VNPT to successfully implement digital projects and e-government projects in Vietnam, helping to solve the important task of the digital transformation of Vietnam in the direction of digital government, digital economy and society.
Mikhail Oseevsky, President of Rostelecom, said that the business cooperation with VNPT in innovative high-tech platforms has been developing for the second year already. The signed Memorandum was an obvious confirmation of the interest of companies in the further expansion of cooperation.