My visit to Kiev




I met with Volodymyr Bondarenko Secretary of State Cabinet of Ministers, Oleksandr Ryzenko Chairman of the E-governance Agency and Oleksandr Vyskub Deputy Chairman. We have addressed important issues regarding the effectiveness of the implementation of the e-governance reform and the possibilities that the single digital market of Ukraine can bring. The single digital market has the potential to improve access to information, to increase efficiency in lower transaction costs, intangible consumption and reduced environmental impact, and to streamline business and administrative patterns.
On the reform of state administration I spoke with Alyone Szkrum from Parliament. Another important issue was the digital security strategy of Ukraine and the development of Polish-Ukrainian international relations.
With Pavl Kovtoniuk from the Ministry of Health of Ukraine we discussed issues related to the implementation of eHealth in the framework of the reform.
At the meeting with Volodymyr Bondarenko, Secretary of State, Cabinet of Ministers, Oleksandr Ryzenko, Chairman of the E-management Agency and Oleksandr Vyskub, Deputy Chairman, talked about the effectiveness of implementing the e-governance reform and the possibilities offered by the digital single market and how it will affect Ukraine.
The DSM idea is to remove national restrictions on transactions made via the internet. This idea is based on the concept of a single market aimed at eliminating trade barriers between Member States in order to increase economic prosperity and create “even closer ties between the peoples of Europe” and was subsequently transformed into an internal market concept called ” Within which the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital is ensured. “

With Oksana Yurynets, we discussed the development and improvement of Polish-Ukrainian relations.

Successful meeting with Pavlo Kovtoniuk, Deputy Minister of Health. E-health is one of the priorities of health reform in Ukraine.