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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.
Related article published on the Estonian Government web site