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The postal service of Uzbekistan is an expanded postal net with postal routes, which is used to receive, handle and deliver postal items, state pensions and periodicals.
The country national postal net is organized by Open Joint-Stock Company “Uzbekiston Pochtasi” according to the geographical principle. It includes 14 regional divisions, which are structured in 177 country and city centres, 2986 post offices (2296 rural) and 1 specialized branch – “Halkaro Pochtamt” also 34 air routes, 2 railway route, 436 automobile routes, providing the regular conveyance of postal items.
At the post offices 6579 delivery sections are organized. Among them 2480 – in the cities and towns, and 4099 – in rural area. On the served territory 5376 post boxes are installed for the letter post collection, including 3449 in rural area.
The operating net is one of the most important value of the republic post. More than 15000 people are working at the post ventures, who handle thousands of letters, telegrams, money orders, parcels and deliver newspapers, magazines, pensions, allowances to millions of people every day. Many additional services are introduced – payment for utilities and telephone, property insurance, distribution of lotteries, E-mail service, Internet, etc.
Open Joint-Stock Company “Uzbekiston Pochtasi” is the national post operator of Uzbekistan. It provides the exchange of post office items of different types with all countries of the world and fulfills the republic’s commitments to UPU.
The global changes, taking place in the state cause the necessity of changes in the communication field. Therefore, State Joint-Stock Company was established in accordance with the decree “ About the Reorganization and Improvement Measures of Management in the Information Systems Sphere”, signed by the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated 23.07.97, and the regulation “About the Activities of the Uzbekistan Agency of Post and Telecommunications ”, adopted by Uzbekistan Cabinet of Ministers dated 31.07.97.
It was determined, that 75 % of shares are kept as the state property, 10 % of the shares are allotted for sale to the employees, 15 % of shares are allotted for free selling out. Today this process is finished.
Date: 2012-02-01 | Hits: 582