Estonia's e-Governance Academy has helped implement e-governance solutions in 26 countries this year, it can be seen from an overview of the academy's operations.
Bigger developments have been carried out in Armenia, Ukraine, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan and Palestine, the academy said. Of more exotic countries officials from the Faroe Islands, India and Bhutan have been to Estonia to get familiar with e-governance.
According to head of the academy Arvo Ott, of former Eastern Bloc countries fast e-governance development has taken place in Ukraine, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan and Armenia.
In addition to e-governance, other countries are also increasingly more interested in cyber security, Ott said.