Of course, we are talking about cyber security issues. <...> Russia has a clearly high reputation here, and we are ready to offer these solutions to our African partners. Various countries are now interested in Russian results in educational services and distance learning, which is now well developed in Russia. There are also information products that help us to manage our services, including school education. Many distance learning courses have been developed. And this is the product that, in my opinion, is very important and interesting for African countries, because it covers the gap between children who live in remote communities, villages, and children from the city who have access to the best teachers. In addition to the products that the government buys, we also promote B2B, B2C products — Konstantin Noskov, Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation.
The Russian Federation could bring its technologies to Africa and, in particular, to the Congo. <...> The experience that Russia has gained can be very useful for our country in the process of digitalization, so that we can sort out the postal communications — Leon Juste Ibombo, Minister of Posts, Telecommunications and the Digital Economy of the Republic of the Congo.
The use of the Russian experience can help our African partners <...> overcome growing pains and immediately move up the digital growth ladder, which will eventually lead to improved quality of government services and improved quality of life for the people — Evgeny Radashkevich, Deputy Director General for Special Projects, Voskhod Scientific Research Institute.
Developers of state-of-the-art technologies strive to make them in a such way that they could stay in control. <...> And in this sense, Russia can provide very interesting and competitive offers. <...> We are ready not just to give the technology to use it, as the United States of America, Europe or China, per say, do. And we are ready to transfer this technology, i.e. to train personnel, to transfer the source codes, the architecture and to teach how to further influence this technology. It means it will be the kind of knowledge that the country can support itself — Natalya Kaspersky, President of InfoWatch.