Thail, EU keen to collaborate with the state
Bengaluru, Nov. 17: On the second day of ‘Bengaluru Tech Summit 2022’, Dr CN Ashwath Narayan, Minister for IT/BT held talks with the higher level delegations of Thailand and the European Union.
The members of the Thailand delegation headed by Nitirooge Phoneprasert, Consul General of Thai, expressed keenness to establish innovative collaboration with the state of Karnataka.
The delegation claimed that their country had expertise in the areas of electrical equipments, oil production, industrial equipment, jewellery, medical devices, and production of organic chemicals.
The delegation of the European Union lead by Pierrick Fillon Ashida (Head, Research and innovation) stated they were interested to colaborate with the state in the domains of digitalisation, robotics, AI and startups.
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