Moscow and Baku agreed on areas of cybersecurity partnership for 3 years
Baku hosted Russian-Azerbaijani interdepartmental talks on guarantees of international information security. As a result of the consultations, a draft plan for cooperation in key areas in this area was adopted, the press service of the Security Council of the Russian Federation said. writes May 5 RIA Novosti.
“A draft plan for the implementation of the main areas of cooperation in the field of ensuring international information security for 2023-2025 has been agreed,” the statement said.
The consultations made it possible to conduct a substantive exchange of views on the entire range of partnership issues provided for by the Russian-Azerbaijani intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in the field of ensuring international information security.
The parties confirmed the closeness of Russia’s and Azerbaijan’s approaches “to parrying threats in the information sphere on the basis of the principles of the UN Charter.”
Earlier today, on May 5, Russia adopted the concept of information child safety.