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The 5 countries in the D5 group for leading digital governments signed a charter of principles for digital development.
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During the first D5 summit in London on 9 and 10 December 2014, the 5 countries signed the D5 Charter. The 5 countries are South Korea, Estonia, New Zealand, Israel and the UK. The Charter includes:
- principles of digital development that each government of the country commits to working towards,acknowledging that they will not be able to meet all of the criteria on joining
- the ways that the 5 countries will work together to support each other and help each other to become better digital governments
- how the D5 will meet each year