Ukraine has launched a mobile application called Diya, in which Ukrainians will be able to store documents electronically and gain access to all the government’s online services in the future.

This was announced by Prime Minister of Ukraine Oleksii Honcharuk, the CFTS portal reports.

According to the prime minister, a driver’s license and a vehicle registration certificate are now available in the Diya application. “Next will be the opportunity to digitize your ID card and biometric international passport,” Honcharuk said.

The prime minister also announced that the 50 most relevant services to citizens would be digitized this year. According to him, the most relevant services were chosen this year through an analysis of the services most used by Ukrainians.

“We plan to digitize absolutely all public services over the next three years,” the prime minister said.

“Our goal is to ensure that you never again encounter situations in which it is necessary to spend a long time looking for some pieces of paper when you lose documents or someone steals them. Everything can now be with you on your smartphone,” he added.

As the CFTS portal reported earlier, Ukrainians will now be able to restore driver’s licenses without leaving home. The Ministry of Internal Affairs has launched an online service for replacing lost driver’s licenses through the drivers’ electronic office.

As the CFTS portal also reported, a driver’s electronic ID can now be used to register for flights or trains.