Document "Action" in 58 countries of the world

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In 58 nations, Ukrainians can now use Diya passports! With its Resolution No. 910, the Cabinet of Ministers granted this to the people of Ukraine! Ukrainians are free to transfer electronic copies of papers and use public services outside of Ukraine using information from the Unified State Web Portal of Electronic Services.

The paper states that foreign institutions in nations that care about the security of personal data are entitled to use data from "Diya." Their current list is as follows:

  • Australia
  • Republic of Azerbaijan
  • Argentine Republic
  • Burkina Faso
  • Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
  • Hellenic Republic
  • Georgia
  • State of Israel
  • Ireland
  • Islamic Republic of Mauritania
  • Italian Republic
  • Canada
  • Principality of Andorra
  • Principality of Liechtenstein
  • Principality of Monaco
  • Kingdom of Belgium
  • Kingdom of Denmark
  • Kingdom of Spain
  • Kingdom of Morocco
  • Kingdom of Norway
  • Kingdom of Thailand
  • Kingdom of Sweden
  • Republic of Latvia
  • Republic of Lithuania
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Portuguese Republic
  • Republic of Austria
  • Republic of Albania
  • Republic of Bulgaria
  • Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Republic of Estonia
  • Republic of Iceland
  • Republic of Cape Verde
  • Republic of Cyprus
  • Republic of Malta
  • Republic of Moldova
  • Republic of North Macedonia
  • Republic of Poland
  • Republic of San Marino
  • Republic of Senegal
  • Republic of Slovenia
  • Republic of Croatia
  • Republic of Montenegro
  • Romania
  • Slovak Republic
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • United States
  • Eastern Republic of Uruguay
  • Republic of Tunisia
  • Republic of Turkey
  • Hungary
  • Federal Republic of Germany
  • Republic of Finland
  • French Republic
  • Czech Republic
  • Swiss Confederation

The resolution also emphasizes that personal information about Ukrainians cannot be shared with foreign organizations that do business with nations that the Verkhovna Rada has designated as aggressor or occupying states, as well as nations that are a part of military and customs alliances with such nations.