The dictator also came up with the SCO IT-ecosystem project.
At the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, which takes place in East China on June 9-10, Lukashenka noted that the current pace of technology development carries both new opportunities and new threats and challenges, the dictator's press service reports.
Speaking at the Group of Eight, Lukashenka proposed using the opportunities of "our state to supply the products of all these sectors to enhance the SCO food security."
"Within the framework of the large international forum of agrarians Belahra, which is held in Minsk in June, we propose to create a specialized Agro-SCO exposition and invite our friends and partners to participate in it next year, – Lukashenka said. – "... Secondly, the strengthening of information and cyber security, as well as the development of IT technologies.
The modern pace of technology development carries both new opportunities and new threats and challenges. No state can permit itself to just close or prohibit something in this sphere. It will not be able to do it.
I suggest that we all jointly think about creating a common electronic platform, let’s say, the SCO IT-ecosystem, which will combine the capabilities of electronic media, social networks, e-commerce and so on."