ARMENIA’S HAYPOST TO ATTEND CONGRESS OF UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION IN GENEVA
A delegation of the Republic of Armenia headed by Hans Boon, Director
General of HayPost CJSC, is to participate in the 24-th UPU Congress
which will take place from 23 July to 13 August at the International
Congress Centre in Geneva /ICCG/. More than 1,500 delegates are
expected to attend the Congress. The delegation is officially headed
by RA Minister of Transport and Communications Gurgen Sargsyan.
Republic of Armenia has put forward its candidacy for re-election
to the Council of Administrations /CA/ – one of the UPU’s permanent
bodies. Due to high performance and significant results achieved in
the postal reform modernization process, Armenia has already received
a number of official letters from leading Postal Administrations
including from Russia, USA, Greece, Portugal, Bulgaria etc. which
endorse Armenia’s candidacy.
In its effort to attain a higher level of quality services, and also
as part of its transformation program, Haypost CJSC attaches great
importance to its role in the international postal industry. For this
purpose, Haypost CJSC is keen in establishing and maintaining strong
business partnerships with international companies.
The participants will discuss the urgent problems of the sector with a
special focus on the development of a world postal strategy to serve as
"road map" for=2 0UPU members in the coming years.
Universal Postal Union was founded in 1874. It comprises 196 countries
The goal of this interstate organization is to ensure and improve
postal communication on the territory covered by the Union.
HayPost CJSC is the national postal operator of the Republic of Armenia
operating through its 900 post offices and 41 regional departments
throughout the country. Under an agreement signed on November 30,
2006, HayPost was transferred in trust of the Dutch HayPost Trust
Management Company. N.H.