Tunisia and Italy Sign MoU to Enhance Digital Technology and Industrial Cooperation

A formal signing ceremony with representatives from Tunisia and Italy shaking hands. The background includes elements representing digital technology

Tunisia and Italy have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to advance digital technology and its applications in industry. The agreement was signed by Tunisia’s Communication Technologies Minister Nizar Ben Neji and Italy’s Minister of Enterprises and Made in Italy, Adolfo Urso.

Key Initiatives

The MoU includes the establishment of two national focal points in each country and the creation of a joint team. This initiative aims to boost economic and industrial cooperation, facilitating investment and initiatives by Tunisian and Italian companies through business forums, conferences, and workshops.

Technology Transfer and Collaboration

The agreement highlights a shared commitment to enhancing cooperation in technology transfer by exchanging experience and expertise in research, innovation, and training. It also aims to facilitate access to and implementation of AI projects in both the public and private sectors.

Strategic Partnership

Minister Nizar Ben Neji emphasized the importance of this cooperation, noting Italy as a strategic partner for Tunisia, particularly in digital technology and entrepreneurship. Minister Urso expressed Italy’s readiness to support Tunisia’s digital transition through the exchange of experiences and expertise in developing digital infrastructure, artificial intelligence, and aerospace activities.

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