In the course of his speech at the meeting of the National Council of Reforms, the head of state noted: "It is a shame when permits to cross the line in the ATO area, which are issued on a piece of paper with 70% of them being forged, are made within one and a half month, and a person has to come for them four times".
Paperwork like this must be done with simpler and more modern means, according to Petro Poroshenko. "It must be processed via e-mail. We have to finally establish the e-government," the president noted.
"The whole world is ready to help us in this issue," the head of state said.
Speaking of the permits on the delimitation line, the president noted that respective security agencies would be responsible for verification of persons who received such permits. "If a person is a spy or a gun-layer, the Security Service must have real-time information. We shouldn't create any problems for ordinary people," Poroshenko stressed.