The eMalyatko online service for parents became available to residents of the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine on May 17. First Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation Oleksii Vyskub announced this during the presentation of new services of the Diia app.
"As of today, the eMalyatko service is becoming available to residents of the temporarily occupied territories. This is an important social mission, as Ukrainians in the occupied territories, unfortunately, have additional difficulties in obtaining public services," Vyskub said.
He noted that more than 92,400 Ukrainian families with a baby used the eMalyatko service.
As it was reported earlier, Vaccination centers will be opened in Ukraine for citizens who have signed up for vaccination through the Diia app. The first centers will be opened in cities with a population of millions.