The Netherlands has launched the Pryvit mobile application-translator, which helps to communicate in Ukrainian, reported by Ukrinform.
Three languages are available in the application: Ukrainian, Dutch and English.
After selecting the languages, the phone screen is divided in half. By clicking on the microphone, you can record audio in Dutch and get a translation into Ukrainian in a few seconds.
The Dutch company AppMachine, which developed the application, said that "it is difficult to help people when you can not communicate."
Earlier, the Netherlands created an online information platform "ConnectUkraine.nl", which tells Ukrainian refugees about sports and cultural events.
The platform was developed by "Cultuur-& Sportsstimulering Nederland" organization.
The Dutch embassy resumed work in Kyiv in April.