The governments of Bulgaria and India are going to start working on an action plan for the setting up of joint hi-tech park projects.
The decision was made at the fourth session of the Bulgarian-Indian Informationa and Communications Technology Forum which took place in the Bulgarian capital on June 14-15.
The forum is chaired jointly by Bulgarian Deputy Transport Minister Parvan Rusinov, who is in charge of IT policies, and India’s Deputy IT Minister Rakesh Singh.
Bulgarian and Indian IT companies are not competitors on the global market because they have different advantages that they should pool together, according to the deputy ministers responsible for the IT sectors of the two countries.
Rusinov and Singh have agreed that the establishment of hi-tech parks should be the priority of the bilateral IT cooperation.
The action plan to be prepared by the two governments is going to explore projects of joint interest including the founding and management of IT incubators, and joint development of e-government applications, software, hardware, service, and long distance providing of server resources.
The fourth session of the Bulgarian-Indian IT forum, which was hosted by the Bulgarian Ministry of Transport, Communications and IT, was also attended by representatives of the Bulgarian Association for Information Technologies (BAIT) and Bulgarian universities and scientific institutes. -novinite-

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