Ukraine plans to stop submitting paper documents to government agencies from September 2021. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky stated this information.
"From me - a small spoiler. 2021 will be the beginning of the country's entry into the paperless regime. That is, no papers. This applies to all state executive bodies," Volodymyr Zelensky said.
Thus, not a single state institution will be able to demand from Ukrainians certificates or other paper documents necessary to obtain public services.
Digitalization will also contribute to the economic development of the state, because, according to Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal, this will double the speed of business development.
As we reported earlier, the Ministry of Economic Development, Trade, and Agriculture expects inflation in Ukraine to rise in early 2021.
It is noted that now the price dynamics is in the projected trend (5.9% at the end of the year) and corresponds to the general trend of positive economic development.