ArmInfo.Joint digital projects in such areas as industrial cooperation, transport corridors, digital traceability of products, goods, goods, as well as in the field of increasing the coherence of digital infrastructures and the development of a space of trust will be the basis for cooperation between the Organization for Cooperation and Security in Europe (OSCE) and the Eurasian economic union (EAEU) in the field of high technologies. This was stated by Karine Minasyan, member of the Board (Minister) on Internal Markets, Informatization, Information and Communication Technologies of EEC, during the preparatory meeting for the 26th Economic and Environmental Forum "Promoting economic progress and security in the OSCE region through innovation, human capital development and proper state and corporate governance> January 23 in Vienna (Austria).
Karine Minasyan noted that all EAEU countries are members of the OSCE and actively develop state programs and strategies for the development of the digital economy, they are synchronized with the joint digital agenda of the EAEU. This provides great opportunities for interaction between the two associations and, first of all, in the development of the digital economy.
Representatives of the delegations and permanent missions of the EAEU countries to the OSCE singled out those that are connected with the reduction of cross-border digital barriers, increased interconnection of infrastructures, and interoperability as the most promising directions. Projects in such areas as digital transport corridors, digital industrial cooperation, traceability of products, goods, goods, and the creation of a common space of trust can be developed through the creation of international consortia.
The basis of joint projects is mutual interest, equal partnership, complementarity of competences, wide dialogue with stakeholders (representatives of business, scientific institutions and other competence centers). The activation of international digital cooperation and cooperation in non-primary high-tech areas is one of the priorities of the Union within the framework of the digital agenda. When working with third countries, ECE plans to use the integrated information system (platform) of the EAEU to build the processes of interaction; actively include experts from the EAEU states in the development of draft international standards to ensure interoperability and cross-cutting, barrier-free economic relations; to develop and implement mechanisms for reducing risks in the digital environment, taking into account the interests of all countries, including the countries of the Union.
Ecological and economic forum is held in 2018 for the 26th time. It is preceded by preparatory meetings, which allow consolidating the position on the priority issues of the forum agenda. In the year of Italy's chairmanship of the OSCE in 2018, the digital transformation of the economy is declared a priority topic for discussion at the OSCE site. As a separate area, it is presented on this site for the first time.