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Pakistani IT Youth Shines No Globally - Syed Amin-ul-Haque

Pakistani IT Youth Shines No Globally – Syed Amin-ul-Haque

Pakistani youth are making waves on the global stage with their exceptional IT skills, as acknowledged by the world at the GITEX exhibition. Syed Amin-ul-Haque, the IT Minister, proudly proclaimed that international recognition of Pakistan’s digital prowess has reached new heights.

During the GITEX exhibition, Syed Amin-ul-Haque engaged in fruitful discussions with international delegations on the pressing challenges faced by the Government of Pakistan in the IT and Telecom sector. The talks emphasized the need for global collaboration to overcome these obstacles.

A significant milestone was the discussion between Mr. Amin-ul-Haque & Mr. Deemah Al-Yahiya, the Secretary of the General Digital Cooperation Organization (DCO). Both leaders deliberated on bilateral matters and explored avenues to enhance digital cooperation among DCO members.

Additionally, Mr. Saeed Al-Gerghavi, the Vice President of the Dubai Chamber Of Digital Economy, seized the opportunity to discuss investment opportunities in Pakistan with the IT Minister. This interaction highlighted the potential for foreign investors to capitalize on the country’s thriving IT industry.

The acknowledgment of Pakistan’s IT talent did not go unnoticed by Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the Governor of Lagos, Nigeria, who specifically addressed the IT Minister during the session. This recognition demonstrates the growing reputation of Pakistani IT professionals on the global stage.

As part of the exhibition, Syed Amin-ul-Haque inaugurated the Pakistan Pavilion, providing a platform for 14 companies, 10 startups, and over 200 Information Technology experts from across Pakistan to showcase their innovations. This marked a significant milestone for Pakistan’s IT industry, with first-time participation in Morocco’s GITEX-23 exhibition.

Joining the Pakistan Pavilion were esteemed guests, including Morocco’s Ex-Minister of Information Technology & Transport Mr. Rabbah Aziz, and Huawei Africa’s President Mr. Colin Hu, among others. The collective presence of these prominent figures further validated the growing international interest in Pakistan’s IT sector.

The world’s recognition of Pakistani youth’s IT skills is a testament to the country’s capabilities. With skilled professionals, a favorable time zone, and fluency in English, Pakistan is well-positioned to serve global clients with exceptional quality and communication. As the IT Minister rightly proclaimed, it is a proud moment for the nation as its IT prowess gains international acclaim.

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