Norway Ambassador calls on IT Minister Syed Amin Ul Haque
ISLAMABAD, AUG 3 /DNA/ – Ambassador of Norway to Pakistan Per Albert Ilsaas called on Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication Syed Amin Ul Haque at his office on Wednesday.
They exchanged views on matters of mutual interest and related to IT and Telecom.
The Federal Minister for IT said both the countries enjoyed admirable bilateral relations.
Syed Amin Ul Haque apprised the Ambassador of Norway about the IT & Telecom policies and priorities of the present government for sustainable and inclusive growth in IT & Telecom sector.
He extended full support and cooperation of the IT & Telecom Ministry to enhancing the relations between the two countries, saying that Norwegian companies can benefit from Pakistani IT expertise and geographic location in the IT sector.
Mr. Per Albert Ilsaas said that Pakistan and Norway were enjoying excellent relations, which needed to be further promoted, especially on IT & Telecom fronts.
The meeting was attended by Additional Secretary (Incharge) MOITT, Mohsin Mushtaq Chandna, Member Telecom, Member International Coordination and Director General IC.
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