China News Service, Wuzhen, November 9th (Wang Yifei and Zhang Yuhuan) The 2022 World Internet Conference Wuzhen Summit "Belt and Road" Internet International Cooperation Forum was held in Wuzhen on the 9th.

A number of representatives from countries along the "Belt and Road" participated online and offline to discuss the opportunities and challenges on the "Digital Silk Road" and promote global exchanges and cooperation in the field of digital economy.

  At present, the digital economy has increasingly become an important driving force for global economic growth.

While new technologies bring new ways and opportunities, they also bring unprecedented challenges.

  In a video speech, Cuban Minister of Communications Arevic mentioned that the digital divide has deepened the inequality of economic and social development among different countries, which requires all countries to work together to build a more open, inclusive, secure and stable cyberspace.

In order to build a community with a shared future in cyberspace, Cuba advocates joint cooperation of states as a fundamental principle of international relations in the field of cybersecurity to prevent and combat the illegal and secret use of computer systems of other countries by individuals, organizations and states.

  "We must seize the opportunities brought about by digital transformation while resisting Internet fraud. Building a community of digital inclusion is the shared responsibility of all countries in the world." Pakistan's ambassador to China, Moin Haq, said in a video speech that in building a global digital foundation At the same time, investment and technical support for developing countries should be increased to make them equal partners.

At the same time, the development of the network economy and cross-border e-commerce platforms should be promoted to help small businesses and farmers.

  At present, China and the countries along the “Belt and Road” are integrating into the global digital economy with a more open attitude, and digital cooperation is included in the “Belt and Road” initiative.

  Hisham Farouk, Deputy Minister of Higher Education of Egypt, said in a video speech that Egypt and China have had good cooperation and successful cases in many projects.

"We are willing to actively cooperate with the Chinese side to introduce expertise and technologies from Chinese enterprises, Chinese research laboratories and Chinese smart cities to Egypt."

  As China's first major space-time infrastructure that provides public services to the world, the Beidou navigation system is making corresponding contributions to the development of the "Belt and Road" digital economy.

Ran Chengqi, director of the China Satellite Navigation System Management Office, said in his speech that he is willing to work with all parties to promote the construction of space-time information infrastructure and build an interconnected digital silk road.