On August 22, Ukraine and Poland formalized the decision to strengthen digital cooperation. The Ministry of digital transformation of Ukraine and the office of the prime minister of Poland signed a memorandum of understanding in the field of cyber defence between states.
"Countries will exchange best practices in countering cyber attacks, conduct joint exercises, share information about cyber incidents and fight disinformation," the minister of digital transformation of Ukraine, Mykhailo Fedorov.
According to the minister, from now on, the Ukrainian citizens' driver's license and a registration certificate will be added to the Polish mObywatel.
"This is the first case in the world when two countries exchange digital documents in applications. So, we are setting trends in global digitalization," minister Fedorov.
We remind you that Poland has sent 5.000 Starlink installations to Ukraine.