LAHORE (Daily Pakistan Online) Second General Assembly will be held on February 5 under the auspices of Digital Cooperation Organization (DCO) in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, in which the member countries of DCO will sit together and discuss digital for all nations. Will discuss key steps and directions for enabling growth.
Ministers representing the 13 DCO member states, as well as high-level delegations of DCO observers, representatives of host countries and international organizations will also participate in the meeting, which aims to achieve equitable digital development at the global level. For the solution of channels faced by all nations and the current state of the digital economy will be expressed.
The second General Assembly will be the first meeting of its kind by the DCO member countries, in which the biennial performance of this international organization will be brought forward. It has been established to support the achievement of social prosperity and development by uniting efforts related to the promotion and development of the digital economy.
This historic event will be held at the Fairmont Hotel in Riyadh, during which standard measures will be highlighted by member countries to transition towards a technology-enabled economy.
DCO Secretary General Dimah Al-Yahiya said, “Digital technologies have great potential to transform the economy, while there is tremendous potential to take advantage of new opportunities for various segments, including women and entrepreneurs, especially 70 percent of the global economy. As new value is created and will be based on digital technology-enabled platforms in the next decade, it is imperative that all nations equally benefit from digitalization innovation to achieve their goals. DCO The aim of the establishment is to accelerate the process of digital transformation through the creation of collaboration and knowledge exchange among all stakeholders so that all countries in the global digital economy can develop strategies and programs to advance digital development and equity. I am empowered.”
He added, “I am very pleased that the Ministers of the DCO member countries will gather at the DCO headquarters in Riyadh to participate in the second General Assembly. It will mark the two-year progress towards the goals of the DCO. Progress will be reviewed and discussed with our international observers based on stakeholders from the private sector, academics, think tanks and representatives of civil society organizations to create digital happiness for all nations. How can you get it?”
Leveraging the rapidly growing power of the digital economy with a focus on empowering youth, women and entrepreneurs, DCO is a global multi-stakeholder organization that is aligned with the goal of taking major steps through innovation and November 2020. Established in The goal of its establishment is to enable digital prosperity for all by accelerating the inclusive growth of the digital economy. Thirteen member countries have joined the DCO so far, including Bahrain, Cyprus, Djibouti, Gambia, Ghana, Jordan, Kuwait, Pakistan, Oman, Nigeria, Rwanda, Morocco and Saudi Arabia.
DCO’s Twitter account (@DCOrg) can be accessed for live updates on the General Assembly and live streaming of selected sessions. For more information, please refer to this link ([email protected]).
Introduction to DCO
DCO is a global multilateral organization founded in November 2020, with the aim of enabling digital prosperity for all by accelerating the inclusive growth of the digital economy. DCO brings together the communications and IT ministries of 13 countries, Bahrain, Cyprus, Djibouti, Gambia, Ghana, Jordan, Kuwait, Pakistan, Oman, Nigeria, Rwanda, Morocco and Saudi Arabia, whose combined GDP represents is about $2 trillion and these countries represent a market of about 600 million people, of which more than 70 percent are under the age of 35.
DCO is focusing on innovation-driven initiatives to empower youth, women and entrepreneurs, harness the power of the digital economy, drive economic growth and increase social prosperity. Through cooperation, dialogue and mutually beneficial legislation, we want to establish the best infrastructure and policies for the rapid creation of inclusive and equitable digital economies within our Member States where all people, businesses and societies can innovate. Can develop together.
DCO works with governments, the private sector, international organizations, NGOs and civil society to achieve the common interests of its members to enable a more inclusive digital transformation and the development of digital industries, including For example, the areas of digital skills training, data protection, intellectual copyright, regulation, taxation and entrepreneurship include –
Key initiatives of the DCO include increasing the flow of data abroad, promoting market expansion for SMEs, empowering digital entrepreneurs and promoting digital inclusion among women, youth and other disadvantaged groups. Programs included.
More information about DCO can be found on their website (www.dco.org), on Twitter (https://twitter.com/dcorg) and on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/dcorg/ ) can be found at