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MoU Signed on Modernising Postal Services

MoU Signed on Modernising Postal Services

KABUL - A three-way memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed to modernise postal services throughout the country.
The MoU has been signed among the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), Capital Region Independent Development Authority (CRIDA) and Afghan Post.
Signing of the MoU on improving the postal services was announced at a press conference at the Government Media and Information Centre (GMIC) in Kabul on Sunday.
The MoU allows the creation of post offices to international standards, including banking services, a comfortable space for clients such as library and resource centres, café shops and an internet lab.
Minister of MCIT Shazad Arubi said: “There are over 463 post offices in Afghanistan, and
“We are committed to modernise post services inside and outside the country, and the MoU concentrates on equipping post offices with modern IT and other mechanisms.” (Pajhwok)