Ukraine rose by 25 positions in UN ranking for e-government development
Groysman calls such development as "one of the main priorities at the national level."
Ukraine ranked 62 among 193 countries in the UN ranking of E-Government Development Index-2016 (EGDI). These data are available on the website rankings.
Nevertheless in 2014 Ukraine was on 87 place. Thus, it rose by 25 points in 2 years.
Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman on Facebook says, as of today, "the development of e-government in Ukraine is defined by one of the main priorities at the national level."
The Prime Minister noted that e-technology is the most effective tool to ensure transparency and efficiency of government in modern conditions to fight corruption, improve service quality and attract citizens.
"Wherever I worked - in the City Council, Parliament, government - everywhere I was engaged in their implementation", - wrote Groysman.
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