Fedorov reacts to Venislavsky's words about subpoenas in Diia: will they be sent via the app
Mykhailo Fedorov, Vice Prime Minister for Innovation, Education, Science and Technology Development and Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, responded to the words of Fedir Benislavsky, a member of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Defence, Security and Intelligence, regarding subpoenas in the Diia app. According to him, such an initiative is not even in the plans.
The minister wrote about this on his Telegram channel. Fedorov also posted a photo with the Facepalm gesture, which is often used in response to false information.
"When the Internet again says that the summonses will be in Diia. The service is neither in development nor in plans. Stay calm, have a nice day," he said.
Recall that Venislavsky said that no subpoenas will be sent out through the Diia app for now. However, such an initiative may be implemented in Ukraine in the future.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- The Cabinet of Ministers has allowed military enlistment offices to serve summonses regardless of the place of residence. The only exceptions are persons liable for military service and reservists of the Security Service of Ukraine and the Foreign Intelligence Service.
- During martial law in Ukraine, only those discharged from military service can go abroad. The reason for dismissal may be health, age or family circumstances.
- A citizen of conscription age who has been declared unfit for military service and removed from the military register may also leave Ukraine. This decision is made on the basis of the conclusion of the military medical commission.
- In Lutsk, the administrator of a Telegram channel about summonses was sentenced to five years in prison and two years of probation.
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