Mykhailo Fedorov, a head of the Ministry of digital transformation of Ukraine, whose team developed Diia, gave an interview about the active demand for the new "surrender the enemy" function. It is officially called e-Enemy.
With the help of the Diia app, which is always in hand, Ukrainians have the opportunity to instantly transmit information directly to the state about saboteurs, the movement of occupiers or military equipment, a lost enemy, or signs of a crime.
"Today, several regions are under temporary occupation, but there is also a constant struggle. It is essential to understand where the enemy is and what he is doing there. It's about thousands of people, then there is a comprehensive vision of where the occupiers are and where they are moving. And then something is constantly happening to them, something good for us," Fedorov commented with a smile.
Thousands of citizens have already used the service, which is a tool for self-defense and assistance to a country at war.
"In Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhia and Kherson regions. People have already learned to distinguish between types of equipment, learned to describe very clearly what is happening, transmitting geolocations, photos, and videos. Of course, you need to be very careful, but these orcs are so backward that they don't even realize that they are constantly under the cameras, and everyone knows where they are and what they are doing," Fedorov added.
A detailed guide on recognizing the enemy and what to do in such situations can be found on the Ministry of digital transformation portal.
Diia is an online system Digital State, which combines all government administrations and services of the agency into a single mobile application and online platform.