Discussion on the implementation of the Digital CASA Project

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Alireza Khaliqyar
Sun, Jan 27 2019 4:20 PM
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Shahzad Aryobee Minister of Communication and Information Technology met with Mr. Rajendra Singh Senior Expert of the World Bank Telecom Regulations in Afghanistan and discussed the current status of the Digital CASA project on Sunday, January 27, 219.

The purpose of the Digital CASA Project is to encouraging private investment, which will improve and expand domestic and foreign connectivity and Public and private services will be interconnected by the Internet effectively.

To date, Infrastructure work has been carried out to meet these goals and the practical work of the project will be launched this year, which highlights the promotion of the national portal and selects the priorities for Afghan e-government services.

The World Bank, which provides financial support for this project assured its partnership and committed that would cooperate with the Ministry of MCIT in all parts of the project.

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