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In a meeting with an Estonian government delegation, Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries (RIL) Mukesh Ambani on Tuesday expressed his desire to collaborate with the country to develop better e-governance solutions for India.
The statement said that Ambani also expressed his interest in the "e-residency programme" of Estonia which will empower him with easy access to the entire European Union (EU) for his existing business while sitting in India.
The e-Residency programme -- which offers startups access to a government-issued digital ID, thus enabling the opening of a global EU company fully online while working from anywhere in the world -- is the gateway to do business in Europe, said Ambani.
"We believe your solutions are easily scalable to India. We wish to have a very close cooperation with your talent in Estonia," he added.
The delegation from Estonia -- the country where 99 per cent of the public services are available online 24/7 -- comprised of Urve Palo, Minister of Entrepreneurship and IT, Viljar Lubi, Deputy Secretary General for Economic Development and Riho Kruuv, Ambassador of Estonia to India.
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