Ukraine occupies 69th place in UN's e-government ranking.

It is 13 positions higher than it was in the previous 2018 ranking.



Ukraine occupies 69th place in the United Nations' e-government ranking in 2020.

It is 13 positions higher than it was in the previous 2018 ranking.

The 2020 ranking of the 193 UN Member States in terms of digital government – capturing the scope and quality of online services, status of telecommunication infrastructure and existing human capacity – is led by Denmark, the Republic of Korea, and Estonia, followed by Finland, Australia, Sweden, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, the United States of America, the Netherlands, Singapore, Iceland, Norway, and Japan, the United Nations said on its official website.

In addition, Ukraine ranks 46th by the E-Participation Index (EPI), which is 29 positions higher than in 2018. The leaders by the EPI are Estonia, South Korea, the United States, Japan, and New Zealand.

As UNIAN reported earlier, on February 28, 2020, the Ministry of Digital Transformation presented the launch of the national online platform for entrepreneurs "Diia.Business."

On June 25, 2020, Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers approved the introduction of electronic residency in the country, which will give foreigners the opportunity to gain access to administrative resources without visiting Ukraine.

Related news

Ukrainian farmers opting for domestic machinery to receive compensation.

The Treasury has already received paperwork to secure relevant payments.

Second batch of Belarusian trolleybuses arrives in Zhytomyr.

Zhytomyr city has received two out of 11 Belarusian-manufactured trolleybuses, according to Zhytomyr City Council.

Acting energy minister discusses hydrogen plant construction with investors.

Acting Energy Minister of Ukraine Olha Buslavets discussed investments in the alternative energy sector with Andriy Zhovner, Director of H2 LLC, and Walter Komarek, CEO of Yom Capital Ltd.

Kuleba announces first online meeting of Ukraine-Malaysia business.

The first online meeting of Ukrainian and Malaysian businesses dedicated to the food industry and agricultural technologies will take place on September 15.

1 1

Price of DTEK's coal should include transport costs between coalmine and TPP, not cost of freight from the Netherlands – Centrenergo head.

The price of the DTEK Dobropiliiavuhillia's coal purchased by PJSC Centrenergo should include transportation costs between the Ukrainian coalmine and the TPP, and not the cost of freight from the Netherlands, acting General Director of PJSC Centre...


By continuing to browse World News (UAZMI), you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Use and agree to the use of cookies