Tunisian, Turkish Post sign agreement to boost co-operation | Tunisia News Gazette

Tunisian, Turkish Post sign agreement to boost co-operation

The Tunisian Post and the Turkish Post signed an agreement on Monday to strengthen their cooperation, on the occasion of the holding of the international conference on electronic commerce organised on 20 and 21 November 2017 in Antalya (Turkey), said the Tunisian Post in a statement, released Tuesday.

This agreement is part of the implementation of the provisions of the agreement signed in July 2017 in Tunis and which aims to consolidate partnership between the two institutions to promote, in particular, electronic commerce.

The aim is to establish a practical framework to facilitate procedures for the exchange of postal parcels between the two institutions as well as a 50% reduction on the rates (wholesale rates) of parcels exchanged between the two countries.

Besides, this partnership will strengthen cooperation between the two institutions through the twinning of the Tunisian Post Museum and the Turkish Post Office for the development of philately, especially among young people through the organisation of exhibitions and the exchange of experiences in the field of postal museology, said the same source.

The agreement was signed jointly by Moez Chakchouk, CEO of the Tunisian Post and Kenan Bozgeyik, General Manager of the Turkish Post under the aegis of Mohamed Anouar Maarouf, Minister of Communication Technologies and Digital Economy and Ahmet ARSLAN, Turkish Minister for Maritime Transport and Communications, in the presence of Mohamed Faycal Ben Mustapha, Ambassador of the Republic of Tunisia to Turkey.

Source: TAP News Agency

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