A memorandum on "Cultural and Scientific Cooperation" has been signed between the GOSB Technopark of Turkey and the Innovation Agency, Innovation Agency told APA-Economics.
Immediately after the liberation of Karabakh from enemy occupation, landscaping work began in the region on the instructions of the President. Karabakh has always been, first of all, a center of culture, the homeland of poets, musicians and artists. While writing the new history of Karabakh, turning it into a place of high technologies and innovations in the region is important for the economy and future progress of our state. For this purpose, it is planned to open technology parks and innovation centers in Karabakh. The Innovation Agency has taken the first step in this direction by signing a memorandum with GOSB Technopark, located in one of the largest industrial regions of Turkey and supporting 130 technology companies.
The memorandum contains items reflecting the future joint activities of both sides. In order to increase the level of technological knowledge and train young professionals in Azerbaijan, it is planned to regularly share acceleration programs, technology transfer programs, knowledge, and experience. For this purpose, mutual seminars, training, and conferences will be organized, and most importantly, a joint High Technology Park will be established. It is planned to conduct the latest "soft" and "hard" scientific research in the park, as well as the production of high-tech devices. Regular campuses will create an environment for our youth and ICT professionals to communicate with each other, share experiences and implement new ideas.