Prime minister Imran Khan met with a delegation of technology giant Huawei led by Hou Tao, the company’s Global SVP (Technology) & President Middle East & Africa, and shared his perspective on how Information technology in the government-held the colossal potential for the venture. He underlined that IT-arrangements and investment in government activities guaranteed straightforwardness, speed of conveyance, and great administration.
IT minister Amin ul Haque, Commerce Adviser Abdul Razaq Dawood, Board of Investment Chairman Atif R. Bukhari, Pakistan Telecom Authority Chairman Maj Gen (R) Aamir Azeem Bajwa and senior officials were also a part of the meeting. The Huawei delegation included Qiang Meng( CEO of Huawei in Pakistan), Ahmad Bilal Masood (Deputy CEO), Weijie Gao (Managing Director) and Han Wu (Director Public Affairs).
The prime minister valued the help given by Huawei towards understanding the goals of Digital Pakistan. He guaranteed the delegation that government of Pakistan will cooperate with the ICT implementation in the country. The delegation informed the PM that Huawei was committed towards understanding the IT activities of the administration and in such manner wanted to prepare 1,000 national government representatives. The organization will likewise offer help in preparing college level understudies to furnish them with most recent IT abilities. The organization was also allowed to set up an office for manufacturing cell phones in Pakistan.