EU Commission Vice President Kroes gave her first digital signature in Tallinn
During her visit in Tallinn, Vice-President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Digital Agenda, Neelie Kroes, acknowledged Estonia’s progress in the field of e-services. She said that Estonia is one of the spokesmen of the digital market. When presenting the development of e-services to Kroes, the Prime Minister, Andrus Ansip, gave her a personalised test-ID card as a gift and the Commissioner could try giving a digital signature, while seeing its simplicity and performance. The goal of Estonia is to reach the recognition and use of digital signatures across Europe.