Tribune News Service
New Delhi, March 6
India and Portugal will set up an institutional mechanism to collaborate in the areas of electronic manufacturing, ITeS, startups, cyber security and e-governance.
Both countries today held bilateral talks on the issues following which the agreement was reached.
After the meeting, IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said, “We had a very good discussion and have agreed to collaborate in the areas of electronic manufacturing, ITeS, cyber security, e-governance and capacity building. We will support the Portugal team in scaling up their initiatives — Simplex and Portuguese Citizen Shops, which are like our MyGov and Common Service Centre initiatives”.
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