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Welcome remark at the APTECH joint initiative


His Excellency Atiqullah Atifmal, the ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Malaysia has met with a delegate of 29 senior Afghan Government officials who were attending one week workshop in Kuala Lumpur on 17th March 2016. The team is comprised of Director Generals and Deputy Director Generals of Information and Communication Technology Directorates of Afghanistan’s ministries and organizations.

In his welcoming remark, H.E Atifmal thanked the joint initiative of APTECH’s office in Kabul, New Delhi and Kuala Lumpur as well as the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology of Afghanistan for organizing such an excellent program for development and empowering of the civil servants.

His Excellency also insisted on the importance of information technology and E-Government for delivering quality services to the public with least cost and time. In addition, he said, using E-Government will ensure good governance and transparency in the country. He added, sharing expertise and skills with Malaysian Technology experts would help Afghan delegates to enhance and expedite the implementation and development of E-Government in their relevant Ministries and Organizations.

This workshop provides knowledge and expertise on Management Information Systems, Geographical Information System and Cyber Security issues which was organized by Malaysia’s APTECH Global Learning Solutions from 14th to 20th March 2016 in Kuala Lumpur.



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