The exhibition Digital Technologies for All was opened at the site of the international IT-Forum.
The exhibition site will be open for two days.
Alexey Zabozlaev, Ugra Deputy Governor, Leslie Akua Akyaa Opoku-Ware, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Ghana to the Russian Federation, Mohamed Yongavo, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Sierra Leone to the Russian Federation, and Sarika Guliani, Head of IT and Telecommunications Department, Deputy Director of Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, took part in the event.
“On behalf of Governor Natalya Komarova and members of the Ugra Government, I welcome you at the exhibition Digital Technologies for All”, Alexey Zabozlaev, Deputy Governor of the Khanty-Mansiysk Okrug of Ugra, said in a welcoming speech. “It’s already the 14th event of the exhibition, which is attended by leading companies in the digital sphere, and the number of exhibitors is growing from year to year. The exhibition has already shown its effectiveness. For the first time, the exhibition of the achievements of digital technologies in the field of education will be presented. The presentation of technological solutions of Indian companies will also take place here. Please note, widely available are the IT-accomplishments of Ugra. We hope that the exhibition will be interesting not only to specialists but also users of digital services”.
“I am sure that at the Forum we will learn many new things, and I will take to my country the knowledge that will help us to achieve the equal position of the whole world in relation to digital platforms”, - Leslie Akua Akyaa Opoku-Ware, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Ghana to the Russian Federation, continued the series of greetings.
“All of you have a mobile phone - a smartphone - in your pocket. And it is not surprising, we live in a digital age”, Mohamed Yongavo, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Sierra Leone to the Russian Federation, started his presentation. That is why the Ugra Government has been holding the important exhibition and the Forum for several years. There is practically no village in the world with no kind of digitalization. Today we all depend on information. From economic development to climate changes. Without digitalization, the necessary exchange of information is impossible”.
“India is once again pleased to take part in this international forum”, Sarika Guliani, Head of IT and Telecommunications Department, Deputy Director of Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, continued. “The BRICS and SCO countries are the fastest growing countries in the world, and such events give us the opportunity to come together and share experiences. If all these countries find an effective way to cooperate, then the world will have a good chance to make a significant contribution to global GDP”.
The general partners of the IT-Forum are Rostelecom, Lukoil, PRIME GROUP, and Slavneft-Megionneftegaz.