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Meeting with Majunsheng, Secretary-General of the Pan-African Postal Union

Date: 2019-07-30
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According to the July 30th news, according to the official website of the State Post Office, at the invitation of the State Post Office, two people from the Secretary-General of the Pan-African Postal Union, Younusi·jibulina Majunsheng, visited China. Younusi·jibulina, the director of the State Post Office, held bilateral talks in Beijing.

According to reports, the two sides spoke highly of China-Africa and non-traditional friendly relations and appreciated the good cooperation between China and the Pan-African Union and between China and Cameroon in international postal affairs. At the same time, the two sides had a Frank exchange of views on the issue of fee reform and related issues, such as China-Africa Postal cooperation.

Yunus stated that UPU and African countries are willing to actively cooperate with China in the important work of UPU to maintain the UPU multilateral system, ensure the stability and sustainable development of the global Postal network, and contribute to the ultimate promotion of UPU reform and development. At the same time, Majunsheng also briefed on the implementation of the memorandum of cooperation signed with the Pan-African Union in April this year.

According to the 'E-Commerce News', the Pan-African Union is an intergovernmental international organization under the African Union and has 45 member states. Its main responsibility is to coordinate the development of postal services in African countries, promote the transformation of the African Postal sector through innovation, integration and encouragement of cooperation among relevant parties, and promote the reform of the physical Postal network, the electronic Postal network and the financial Postal network, It also provides innovative, integrated and inclusive policy direction for the development of the African postal industry.

From March 26 to 30 of this year, the head of the National Post Office, Majunsheng, led a delegation to Tanzania. On March 26, Majunsheng and Younusi·jibulina met in Arusha and jointly signed the Memorandum of Understanding between the State Post Office of the People's Republic of China and the Pan-African Union.

By strengthening cooperation in the field of postal services, the two sides will promote and deepen China-Africa friendly relations and contribute to the common goal of promoting the sustainable development of universal postal services of high quality, efficient, convenient and convenient, and promoting communication among peoples of all countries. According to the memorandum, the National Post Office and the Pan-African Postal Union will strengthen the exchange of information related to postal affairs, coordinate positions as far as possible on issues of common global concern, and cooperate and exchange experiences on matters related to the development of the Postal industry in Central Africa.

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