President Vladimir Zelensky stated the need for digitalization in the Ukrainian army so that paperwork becomes “significantly less.” He said this in an evening video message.
The meeting concerned the provision of Ukrainian soldiers and the transparency of this provision.
“The specific needs of our combat brigades must be met as quickly as possible, and for this, all accounting must be digitalized. In general, there should be significantly less paperwork in the troops, and there should definitely be no difference between what is submitted in the reports here in the center, and what the guys at “zero” really need,” the president said.
According to him, the Ministry of Defense is now restarting the accounting system, and the Ministry of Digitalization is helping.
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- At the meeting on September 5, the Rada fired Umerov from the post of head of the State Property Fund.
- On the same day, the Rada voted to dismiss Alexey Reznikov from the post of Minister of Defense. He reported to parliament on his work in office.
- On September 6, the Rada appointed Umerov as the new Minister of Defense. This decision was supported by 338 deputies.
- On September 7, Zelensky introduced the new Minister of Defense Umerov at a meeting with the command of the Security and Defense Forces of Ukraine.
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