Human resources officials from Japan will visit Pakistan to recruit Pakistani information technology (IT) experts, Japan’s Ambassador to Pakistan Mitsuhiro Wada stated on Thursday.
The Japanese Ambassador visited the Federal Minister of Information Technology and Communications Sayed Amin Ul Haq in Islamabad. During the meeting, the parties agreed to intensify cooperation in the field of information technology between the two countries.
In an interview with the Ambassador, the Minister of Information Technology said that Pakistan has enormous potential in the field of information technology, and Japan can benefit from the country’s information technology specialists.
He counted that Japanese IT companies can bring the services of Pakistani IT experts, as the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications is prepared to deliver them with all attainable services.
Pakistani IT experts
He noted that Pakistani IT experts are keeping up with field specialists in developed countries in terms of their ability and competence.He said Pakistani experts in artificial intelligence, programming, animation and cloud computing would be useful to Japan.
The minister stressed that Japan can provide detailed information on its requirements and the required qualifications that Pakistan will meet. He stressed that representatives of Japanese IT companies can come to Pakistan and hire IT specialists, and in this regard, the Ministry of Information Technology will provide all possible conditions.
The Japanese Ambassador was also brief on the initiatives of the Ministry of Information Technology. In addition to the reforms carried out in the IT sector. The ambassador said Pakistani youth are talented. And the country’s information technology specialists can be useful to Japan. He also praises the steps taken by the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunications. To implement the concept of digital Pakistan.
The ambassador said the steps taken by the Ministry of Information Technology. Developing Pakistan’s digital vision is commendable. In addition, that Pakistan is a country of young and talented people.
The meeting was also attend by the Secretary of Information Technology, Dr. Sohail Rajput and senior ministry officials.