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ICT ministry attends World Expo 2020 in Dubai – POST-COURIER

January 12 2022
Information and Communication Technology Minister Timothy Masiu with his ministry has arrived in Dubai, United Arab Emirate, to attend the World Expo 2020 Travel and connectivity week program.

Information and Communication Technology Minister Timothy Masiu with his ministry has arrived in Dubai, United Arab Emirate, to attend the World Expo 2020 Travel and connectivity week program.
Upon his team’s arrival in Dubai, they were invited to attend the Tuvaluan National Day celebrations, and visited their pavilion as well.
“We had a very good meeting with Ambassador Joshua Kalinoe and Jacinta Manua at the PNG pavilion and our day ended with the signing of two memorandum of understandings (MoUs) with Romanian ICT to support our ICT and incubation set up and the other MoU was signed with Estonian tech company Cybernetica to provide support for our digital government,” Mr Masiu said.
During the minister’s stay in Dubai, he will go to Abu Dhabi where he will pay a courtesy call on the Minister for Economic and Commercial Affairs Abmed Ali Al Sayegh at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and he will also pay courtesy visits to other State Ministers as well.
The final stop for Mr Masiu’s engagement in Abu Dhabi will be at the Telecommunication and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) which is the ICT regulatory in UAE for a meeting.
Mr Masiu said on January 14, he will be at the Business Connect Centre at the Expo site where he is schduled to attend the PNG Investment Forum themed ‘Eco-Tourism and Connectivity to deliver his keynote address.
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