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24 January 2024, 18:21

Belarus, Russia to sign agreement on recognizing digital signatures

MINSK, 24 January (BelTA) – Belarus and Russia intend to sign an intergovernmental agreement on the procedure for recognizing digital signatures, the Communications and Informatization Ministry told BelTA.

Belarusian Communications and Informatization Minister Konstantin Shulgan met with Russian Minister of Digital Development, Communications, and Mass Media Maksut Shadayev as a Belarusian delegation visited Moscow.

With a view to working out promising avenues of bilateral cooperation the two ministers discussed the current agenda, including the development of joint proposals on fulfilling the main guidelines on implementing the Union State Foundation Treaty in 2024-2026 in the sphere of communications and digitization. Apart from that, Konstantin Shulgan and Maksut Shadayev discussed preparations for signing an intergovernmental agreement on the procedure for recognizing digital signatures. They also talked over matters of cooperation in postal service, coordination in assigning frequencies to ground radio service stations, and other matters.

As a result of the talks the ministers reconciled and initialed a plan on realizing the main guidelines on implementing the Union State Foundation Treaty in 2024-2026 in the sphere of communications and digitization.

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