BRASILIA, Nov 14 -- Russia suggests that other BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) countries pay closer attention to its digital technologies and is ready to exchange experience in this area, Sputnik news agency reported, quoting Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Putin said Moscow, as a reliable energy exporter, was also ready to boost energy cooperation with its BRICS partners.
"There are good chances for boosting our cooperation in computer science and telecommunications. Russia offers BRICS states to take a closer look at our newest projects.
“I am talking about the technologies of electronic document management, search systems and antivirus software that responds to the highest advanced security requirements," Putin said at the BRUCS summit in Brazil, adding that Moscow was ready to share these technologies with the association's states.
"I would like to remind you that Russia has voiced in an initiative to launch a network of data exchange for small- and medium-sized businesses within BRICS. This would allow business circles of our countries to receive fresh data on goods, services and suppliers and search and find new partners," Putin continued.
The Russian president also offered the BRICS states to engage in mutually beneficial cooperation in peaceful nuclear technologies.