The session was attended by government authorities, leading Russian universities, and specialized Russian and German companies.
On the Russian side, Igor Sudets, Deputy Head of the Digital State Development Department of the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation, took part in the Round Table. He stressed the importance of the implementation of the national program in Russia, within the framework of which 7 projects were allocated for the development of information infrastructure, which are necessary to ensure high-quality communication, Internet connection of schools and hospitals, as well as polling stations in order to ensure the transparency of elections. Important, as Igor Sudets noted, is information security, as well as the development of human resources for the digital economy of the State.
The session was attended by 17 key speakers, one of them was Dmitri Sergeyevich Nersesyan, Deputy Head of the Committee on International Education and Partnership of the Assembly of Peoples of Eurasia, Director of the Humanitarian Development Center, CEO of the Education Export Center.