A Google team embarked on a mission to El Salvador this Thursday, marking the commencement of their collaboration with the government of President Nayib Bukele. The agenda for their visit began with a meeting with the Minister of Economy and the Chancellor of the Republic.
The importance of this partnership with Google is undeniable. It promises to deliver unprecedented benefits, as stated by the Superintendent of General Electricity and Telecommunications (SIGET), Manuel Aguilar. “We are aware of the immense significance of this project with Google, which will bring about benefits like never before. We are set to forge a vital alliance with SIGET,” expressed Mr. Aguilar.
Throughout their stay, the Google delegation will engage with various institutions and participate in meetings with private sector representatives. This strategic alliance is poised to usher in cutting-edge technologies, facilitate public service enhancements, and create employment opportunities.
Minister of Economy, María Luisa Hayem, is guiding the Google delegation on a tour of the National Palace, located in the historic heart of San Salvador. During this visit, she is sharing the rich history of this iconic landmark, which stands as one of the country’s prime tourist attractions.
The partnership between Google and the Salvadoran government holds immense promise, heralding a bright future for technological advancement and economic growth in the region. As the collaboration unfolds, it is anticipated that it will contribute significantly to the progress and well-being of El Salvador’s citizens.