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  • Ministry of Digital Transformation cooperates with Sweden in the direction of digital transformation
    Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, posted 01 December 2020 20:10

    Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov met with representatives of the Swedish business community.

    During the online meeting, Mykhailo Fedorov noted that his "team's dream is to make Ukraine the most comfortable and transparent country in the world in the relationship between the human state and the business state."

    To this end, the Ministry of Digital Transformation is currently working on four areas:

    Digitization of 100% of all public services. If the Government service is not provided online, it will not be available offline.

    Training 6 million Ukrainians in basic digital literacy.

    Coverage of 95% of the territory of Ukraine by high-speed mobile Internet.

    Increasing the share of IT in GDP from 3-4% to 10%.

    The participants of the online meeting discussed the further development of the Diia application and the involvement of Swedish technical solutions in this process. As well as opportunities for Swedish IT companies to develop business in Ukraine thanks to Diia City. In addition, the development of e-Health and digital education was discussed.

    "Cooperation with business and international partners is very important for us, in particular, we are talking about Sweden. We have already built an organizational structure within the framework of the Ministry to launch and implement our projects. And a specific Deputy Minister has already been assigned to fulfill each particular task and coordinates the relevant areas," Mykhailo Fedorov said.

    The meeting was moderated by the Ambassador of Sweden to Ukraine Tobias Thyberg. He noted the importance of digitalization processes in Ukraine. The meeting was also attended by representatives of Ukrainian and Swedish business Valery Krasovsky (Sigma Software), Yaroslav Nitsak (Ericsson), Andreas Flodström (Beetroot), Tiia Ojala (BookWrap), Hugo Petterson (CybeMed, Cambio Healthcare Systems), Henrik Larsson (Carmenta), Eric Lindeberg (Formpipe).