“From April 2020, services in the field of state registration of an individual entrepreneur on applications submitted in electronic form are submitted through the Diia Unified State Web Portal of Electronic Services. During this period (from April 2020 to February 2021) more than 300,000 people used the services, about 275,000 of which were successful,” the explanatory note reads.
So, an individual is allowed to register as an entrepreneur automatically without the participation of the state registrar, having passed authentication and submitting an application for state registration by software within the proposed pilot project.
After that, the application will be submitted to the Unified State Register of Legal Entities, Individual Entrepreneurs and Public Associations for State Registration.
In addition, sole proprietors will be able to register online on a constant basis.
As it was reported earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers has agreed to provide subventions to local communities totaling $179,533. The funds will be used to connect high-speed Internet to social infrastructure institutions located in villages.