Crimea eager to learn from India's experience in high-tech industry

Republic of Crimea is interested in learning more about India's experience in IT and high-tech spheres, Crimean Prime Minister Sergei Aksenov told in interview to Sputnik news.

Republic of Crimea is interested in learning more about India's experience in IT and high-tech spheres, Crimean Prime Minister Sergei Aksenov told in interview to Sputnik news.

"India is currently the source of some of the best software products in the world. We would like to learn from those positive experiences and would like to communicate with the representatives of Indian business who work in the IT technology industry," Aksenov said.

Russian Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matvienko said on Wednesday, that an incubator project for hi-tech development could be created in Crimea to turn it into a ‘Silicon Valley’ making it an attractive region for business.

"It is necessary to study the question of creating a kind of ‘Crimean Silicon Valley’, where all the companies developing modern microelectronics and communications would be located," said Matvienko as cited by TASS.

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