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Belgian govt plans digital ID wallet for smartphones

Monday 18 October 2021 | 11:01 CET | News
The Belgian federal government is planning to introduce a digital wallet, to help people manage important documents on their mobile devices. State secretary for digital affairs Mathieu Michel announced the plans in the press and said the system should be available from 2023.

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