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Somalia,U.A.E. sign an agreement to resume postal service


Mediated by the head of International Postal Union, Bishar Hussien, Somalia was represented by Minister of Information and Telecommunications Abdullahi Ilmoge Hirsi, while director of U.A.E's Postal service, Fahad Eisa Al Hosani was in the negotiations on behalf of his country.



Hiiraan Online
Tuesday, April 23, 2013

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After twenty three years of civil war, shutting down all public services, including the postal service, Somalia is now resuming it’s postal service, that is according to an agreement signed by Somalia and the United Arab Emarites.

The U.A.E. government pledged to finance Somalia’s postal services for one year, as stated in the agreement.

In a meeting held in Bern, Switzerland, center of International Postal Union (UPU) the two countries also decided to use Dubai as transit destination to all parcels going in and out of Somalia.

The meeting which was Mediated by the head of International Postal Union, Bishar Hussien, Somalia was represented by Minister of Information and Telecommunications Abdullahi Ilmoge Hirsi, while director of U.A.E's  Postal service Fahad Eisa Al Hosani was in the negotiations on behalf of his country.

Ahmed Abdisamad
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