The Tripoli International Fairgrounds hosted between 9 to 12 November 2021, the Taqnya annual ICT exhibition, with the participation of one of the major players in the Libyan ICT sector, Huawei company.
As the biggest ICT event in Libya, the exhibition showcased the latest technology and development trends in this industry.
Among the chief of guests were Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah and Minister of Economy and Trade Mohamed Hwej, who toured several representatives stands following the opening ceremony.
Jack Li, Huawei Libya General Manager, briefed PM Dbeibah on the history of the giant company in Libya since entering the Libyan market in 2000. Huawei's contribution included cooperation in telecom operators for infrastructure construction and investing in Libyan ICT talents by launching Seeds for the Future and ICT Academy programs.
"Huawei Libya has been partnering with around 50 local channel partners for a good ICT ecosystem," says Huawei Libya head Jack Li.
For his part, PM Dbeibah lauded Huawei's efforts in developing ICT infrastructure in the country and ICT talent cultivations, noting that it had supported the country, even during difficult times of the Covid-19 pandemic and other circumstances.
He encouraged the company to continue its work in the field of digital transformation and help Libya to develop more ICT talents in the future with all local partners.
Meanwhile, Minister of Economy and Trade Mohamed Hwej commended Huawei's long-term contribution in Libya by supporting Libya's digital economy and promoting good cooperation with local partners. In the same context, the Chairman of Libyan Post, Telecommunications, and Information Technology Holding Company (LPTIC) Mohamed Bin Ayad expressed his gratitude on behalf of LPTIC for all the dedications exercised by Huawei during the past years in Libya.
It may be worth noting that Huawei -founded in 1987- is a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices with more than 197,000 employees and operates across 170 countries and regions, serving more than three billion people around the world.