MoU on fast, cheapest postal service signed
KABUL (Pajhwok): The Ministry of Telecommunication and Information Technology (MCIT) on Saturday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a Turkish Cargo company on postal services from Afghanistan to European, American and Middle East countries.
The MoU was signed between Afghan Post head Ahmad Wahid Wais and Turkish Cargo airline chief Nasim Jamal Muradian in capital Kabul.
Wais said postal transfer of things in the past would take more time, but its delivery time and cost would be reduced with cooperation of the Turkish Cargo airline.
“We for a test sent some mails through the Turkish Cargo from Istanbul, our postal packages reached America in five days, to Germany in three days and to Finland in two days. The same deliveries in the past took up to two weeks,” he said.
Sayed Ahmad Shah Sadat, technical assistant at MCIT, said promoting postal service sector was one of the ministry’s primary goals. The ministry was trying to modernise the postal service and make it available in every part of the world, he added.
Nasim Jamal Muradian, head of the Turkish Cargo, said his company would transfer postal goods from Afghanistan to any part of the world in shortest time and at cheapest price.
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