Tajikistan and Kazakhstan discussed issues of digitalization of public services, the press service of the National Bank of the Republic of Tajikistan reports.
The discussion took place within the framework of the meeting of the heads of ministries and committees of Tajikistan with the Kazakh delegation headed by the Minister of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry Bagdat Musin.
Musin said that Kazakhstan today ranks eighth globally in terms of services provided via the Internet, tenth in terms of e-government implementation and thirtieth in terms of information security, which indicates a high level of development of digital technologies of this state.
“It is thanks to the implementation of e-government, for several years in Kazakhstan, such services as documentation for the acquisition and re-registration of property, vehicles, in the education and healthcare system, obtaining licenses, tax payments, civil registration, obtaining mortgages, etc. have been issued in digital format,” he said.
The Kazakh side stressed that it is ready to share its experience with experts in the field of e-government of Tajikistan by organizing trainings and training cycles, both in Tajikistan and in Kazakhstan.
Source: Asia Plus