The PM wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"According to the Global Open Data Index study, Ukraine was ranked 24th in terms of the open government data! Ukraine gained 30 points, rising from 54th to 24th place compared to the last year. This is yet another evidence of the government's transparency. Last year, we have created open data portal, made public most of the basic state registers, joined the international Open Data Charter, and adopted the relevant Action Plan for open data development. The transparent government is the key to reforms in Ukraine!" he said.
As reported, Australia and Taiwan are ranked first with 79 percent score in the Global Open Data Index. These countries are followed by France (73 percent), Great Britain (73 percent), and Canada (69 percent). Ukraine (49 percent) neighbors with Hong Kong (50 percent) and Poland (47 percent). Austria and Slovenia also scored 49 percent sharing place with Ukraine. Russia secured the 34th place (43 percent).