The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the European Union have signed the new program for support of digital governance in Ukraine worth 25,000 Euros. Oleksiy Honcharuk, the Prime Minister of Ukraine reported that on his Telegram channel.
He added that the government's priority is the digitalization of 100% of state-provided services by 2024. In 2020, the Cabinet plans to digitalize 80 percent of the most popular services.
"This is the international technical assistance provided by the Ministry of Digital Transformation for the support of projects on digitalization. Ukraine actively aims to implement the Association Agreement's chapter about electronic communications", Honcharuk wrote.
He added that the e-governance could become "come in handy" for people.
As we reported, the Ukrainian government is actively preparing for the introduction of the second stage of medical reform in Ukraine; in particular, specialized medical care institutions will be connected to the eHealth system, electronic referrals and an electronic patient medical record will be launched by April 1. This was announced by Mykhailo Fedorov, Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine.