Cyprus aims to gain know-how from Estonia in matters of digital transformation projects, the Deputy Minister of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy, Kyriakos Kokkinos has said.
He is part of a delegation accompanying President Nicos Anastasiades who is to officially visit Estonia from Wednesday till Friday.
While there, a Memorandum of Cooperation will be signed between Cyprus and Estonia with the aim of strengthening the government’s efforts towards implementing reforms in the field of digital transition.
Estonia is one of the pioneers in the field of e-government and Cyprus has made many leaps and bounds in the last two years through developing bonds with the Baltic country.
As well as other countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany and recently also with Greece, the Deputy Miister also said.
The goal of Cyprus is to accelerate e-government so that citizens and businesses are served online in a digital environment that is friendly and easy to use, he added.