E-baby service launched in Ukraine

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Today, February 14, the Ministry of Digital Transformation and the Ministry of Justice launched the e-baby online service in Kyiv. Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk wrote about this on his Telegram.

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According to him, newly-minted parents will spend 20 minutes instead of two weeks on 10 public services related to the birth of a child. The head of government also congratulated one of the young couples in the hospital who became parents on Valentine's Day.

“If earlier it was necessary to stand in lines of 11 instances, submit 37 documents, now it’s 20 minutes and just one application right in the hospital. Similar services in some countries have combined 3-5 services into one, and we all have 10 at once,” - Honcharuk said.

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Today, the e-Baby service is already operating in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Lutsk, Vinnytsia and Kryvyi Rih. In the near future it will be available in the Diya application.

As we reported before, Until the end of January the E-Baby application will be launched in 10 Ukrainian cities. The program was tested in Kharkiv on Friday

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