Thousands of state emails sent

The mandatory electronic communication for selected subjects was officially launched at the beginning of July.

Slovensko.sk websiteSlovensko.sk website (Source: SME)

The authorities have sent nearly 400,000 official letters to the e-letterboxes of entrepreneurs. Meanwhile, the representatives of more than 100,000 firms have logged into their letterboxes, the National Agency for Network and Electronic Services (NASES) informed in mid-August.

Altogether 145,417 filings were submitted via the Slovensko.sk website in July, of which 124,459 were submitted by legal entities, 2,930 by natural persons and 18,028 by public administration bodies, the SITA newswire reported.

Moreover, altogether 389,953 submissions were delivered in July to 261,573 activated e-letterboxes belonging to legal entities. The natural persons received altogether 2,396 decisions, while the public administration bodies mailed altogether 58,384 decisions. The total number of messages sent via Slovensko.sk in July was 27,510,900.

The mandatory electronic communication for selected subjects was officially launched at the beginning of July. To enter the state e-letterbox, the statutory representatives of companies or people they authorise to get the official email need an ID card with an activated electronic chip and a personal security code.

By the end of July, altogether 103,808 natural persons and 109,458 legal entities had logged into their state e-letterbox at least once.

“The advantage of the e-letterbox is that one does not need to check it on a daily basis,” explained head of NASES Norbert Molnár, as quoted by SITA. “After the first login, the users can set notifications that are sent to any other email or text message address. The system will later notify them about new email.”

Slovensko.sk is used mostly by the inhabitants of Bratislava Region, whose share amounts to 44 percent. The total number of entrances into the website in July was 1,518,618, SITA reported.

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