Russia plans to soon sign with Azerbaijan an interconnection of cooperation in cybersecurity, said Oleg Khramov, deputy secretary of the Council of People’s Commissars of Russia at a meeting with foreign ambassadors in Moscow.
“Russia has already entered into intergovernmental agreements on cooperation in the field of information security with 14 countries: Armenia, Belarus, Brazil, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, China, Cuba, Nicaragua, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and South Africa,” – TASS quotes him.
According to the deputy secretary of the SB of the Russian Federation, “in the near future it is planned to sign similar agreements with Azerbaijan, Serbia and Tajikistan.” “We are sure that this list will expand, since the number of states interested in cooperation with Russia in this area is growing steadily,” Khramov added.
He noted that Russia is interested in equal and mutually beneficial cooperation with all states: “They are ready for practical interaction for joint struggle with growing threats in the information sphere.”
Khramov called the priority task “The development of bilateral cooperation with states with close approaches to the construction of an uninterruptedly functioning ICT environment.”
“Such cooperation is applied and allows us to jointly counteract information threats,” he explained.