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27 Nov 2017

Montenegrin MP encourages CEI countries to work together in digital security

Montenegrin MP encourages CEI countries to work together in digital security

MINSK, 27 November (BelTA) – Central European Initiative countries should work together to ensure digital security. The statement was made by Miodrag Vukovic, head of the Montenegrin parliament delegation, who arrived in Minsk to participate in a session of the CEI Parliamentary Assembly, BelTA has learned.

The Montenegrin MP said: “We’ve enjoyed productive cooperation for many years. Belarus has always actively supported initiatives within the framework of the Central European Initiative and has helped resolve emerging issues. Digital technologies are of current interest. We should work together to ensure security in this sphere. Naturally our cooperation and initiatives will play the key role in it.”

A session of the Central European Initiative Parliamentary Assembly will take place in Minsk on 28 November. Representatives of 13 countries will take part in the session. Members of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus, scientists, representatives of the real economy sector, including heads of leading innovative enterprises and high-tech enterprises, have been invited to attend the session.

The session of the Central European Initiative Parliamentary Assembly will focus on digital technologies with a view to ensuring geopolitical security. The development of the digital economy from the point of view of information security, digital banking technologies, the adoption of legislative, organizational, and other measures to support the development of IT products will be discussed as well as unmanned driving, artificial intelligence, and biotechnologies.

Belarus presides over the Central European Initiative in 2017. The CEI is a regional association of 18 countries. The key purpose of the Central European Initiative is to help enhance flexible and pragmatic European regional cooperation with a view to preventing the emergence of new dividing lines in Europe.

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