Minister, Hungarian Ambassador Discuss Cooperation in Digital Sector

We discussed various cooperation possibilities in the digital sector, including upstream and downstream infrastructure, and issues related to new technologies such as cyber security, digital talent, and 5G technology.

JAKARTA (ANTARA) – Communications Minister Johnny G. Plate and Hungary’s Ambassador to Indonesia Lila Kasai discussed bilateral cooperation in the digital field at a meeting on Friday.

After the meeting, Plate said, “We discussed various cooperation possibilities in the digital sector, including issues related to upstream and downstream infrastructure, cyber security, digital talent and new technologies such as 5G technology.” rice field. Please put it in the ministries here.

The minister emphasized that bilateral cooperation between Indonesia and Hungary in the digital sector has taken various forms, such as the Hungary-Indonesia Technology Business Forum, the development of digital talents, and the visits of delegations from both countries.

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“We would like to continue our cooperation, as a Hungarian delegation will visit Indonesia in August this year to exchange views on possible cooperation in the application and information science aspects. We welcome this cooperation as we are part of the He said.

Indonesia is exploring the possibility of further cooperation with Hungary, stepping up efforts to strengthen digital acceleration and infrastructure development, including the development of a government cloud, he added.

“Furthermore, Hungary will also provide us with cooperation to complement the existing cooperation between the Ministry and universities around the world in the digital talent sector, especially in the highly skilled digital talent of Hungarian universities. They did,” Plate said.

Meanwhile, Ambassador Karsay pointed out that Hungary and Indonesia are cooperating on two major technology development projects, including the development of water treatment facilities in different regions of Indonesia.

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“We have built 36 facilities with Hungarian technology, providing clean water to about 500,000 inhabitants across Indonesia,” said Karsay.

Indonesia and Hungary are also developing US$300 million electronic payment projects using Hungarian technology, she added.

“I believe this will be important for Indonesia’s national strategy and I am happy to contribute to Indonesia’s development, as well as the G20, ASEAN and the Indo-Pacific region,” the ambassador said.

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