“Belarus can also act as a platform for their cooperation in IT industry. The Minsk summit of the CEI parliamentarians represents a comfortable venue for such discussions. We have the experience and the relevant knowledge for it,” noted Mikhail Myasnikovich.
The Collective Security Council comprises the heads of state of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, and Tajikistan. In 2016-2017 Chairman of the Collective Security Council of the Collective Security Treaty Organization is Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko.
“Belarus is concerned about the lack of a strategy of cooperation with middle-income states at the UNIDO. The organization has similar programs for the BRICS countries [Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa] and also for the least developed countries,” Alena Kupchyna noted.
“We plan to use the organization's current session to promote Belarusian priorities in the UNIDO activity and to continue deepening the dialogue with its leadership in every area of cooperation,” Alena Kupchyna said.
The Belarusian diplomat took part in the discussion as the president of the UNIDO General Conference. Key speakers included Malta President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca and UNIDO Director General Li Yong.
The MP said: “On the one hand, digital technologies are becoming a very important aspect of life and open up a lot of opportunities. On the other hand, they can represent a threat. This is why we should work to develop digital technologies and fight cybercrimes, work out the legal base in the sphere of digital technologies.”
The Montenegrin MP said: “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.”