The Belarusian-Korean center of cooperation in the field of information technologies opened in Minsk. In the near future, it will launch three pilot projects, including the development of a paperless trading system.
The latter allows improving the efficiency of transactions both domestically and in the Eurasian Economic Union market.
Sergei Popkov, Minister of Communications and Informatization of the Republic of Belarus:
We gratefully accept the knowledge, those skills that the IT specialists have. Among the first three projects we will implement together is the project on paperless trading, which will optimize the speed of the passage of goods. Other projects are an electronic archive project and a project on the unification of information security.
South Korea today is among the world leaders in the field of information technology. Belarus and Korea have been cooperating in this area for about five years.