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EP 'digitally signs' EU law

EP 'digitally signs' EU law
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The first electronic signing of an EU legislative act took place on Wednesday in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

EP President Antonio Tajani and Matti Maasikas, of the Estonian Presidency of the Council, signed electronically a revised regulation on the security of gas supplies.

It was a move to show support for an EU-wide regulation that aims to improve electronic interactions between businesses, citizens and public authorities.