Saudi Arabia and four other countries have jointly launched the Digital Cooperation Organization (DCO) aimed at strengthening cooperation and accelerating the development of the digital economy.
The Saudi G20 Presidency shares a family photo from Saturday's opening session of the G20 Riyadh Summit. (g20riyadhsummit.org)The Saudi G20 Presidency shares a family photo from Saturday's opening session of the G20 Riyadh Summit. (g20riyadhsummit.org)
In this Decade of Action on #GlobalGoals, ICTs are key to #BuildBackBetter for a safer, more connected + sustainable world where everyone can have access to digital technologies+services that are safe, attractive, and affordable.— ITU Secretary-General (@ITUSecGen) November 26, 2020
Congrats to Saudi Arabia for its DCO initiative! pic.twitter.com/RcRUWK4C1u
At a time when the global digital economy is worth over 11T dollars & growing, creation of #DCO and 🇵🇰 joining as founding member propels us into future of cooperation & unity in digital economy. Congratulations to 🇸🇦 and H.E @aalswaha for this historic initiative. #VisionFO pic.twitter.com/STLz73Xddb— Shah Mahmood Qureshi (@SMQureshiPTI) November 26, 2020