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Jamaica

Jamaica Post UPU, CPU

(In English & Offers Philately)

POSTMASTER GENERAL
PHILATELIC BUREAU
P.O. BOX 7000
CENTRAL SORTING OFFICE
KINGSTON
JAMAICA W.I.
  • Philatelic counters are operated at the following post offices:

    Central Sorting Office
    Montego Bay
    Ocho Rios
    Negril
    Constant Spring


    Postal Headquarters
    Post Office Box 7000, CSO
    Kingston, Jamaica
  • Post and Telecommunications Department Data
    UPU Int'l Affairs: (c.2000)
  • Téléphone (+1 876) 922 9430/9 or (+1 876) 922 9440/8
  • Fax: (+1 876) 922 9449
    Agents:
    Crown Agents, IGPC

    Jamacia Dealers Directory
  • UPU Listed Ministry:
    Ministry of Mining and telecommunications

     

    Japan

    Japan Post Co. Ltd. UPU, APPU
    Pres., CEO: Toru Takahashi (c.2014)
    1-3-2 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8798
    Telephone (pilot number): 03-3504-4411

    Corporate Information (c.2014 website):
    Shareholder: Japan Post Holdings Co., Ltd. (Ownership ratio: 100%)
    Employees: 209,000
    Main offices:
    13 regional offices,
    24,000 post offices,
    11 Training Institutes

    Ministry of Posts and Telecommunication (c.2000)
    3-2 Kasumigaseki 1 Chome, Chiyoda-ku
    100-90 Tokyo, Japan

    old: www.postal.mpt.go.jp

    Tokyo Central Post Office
    Philatelic Section
    CPO Box 888 (c.1999)
    Tokyo 100-91, Japan

    Tokyo Central Post Office
    2-7-2, Marunouchi (c.2014)
    Chiyoda-ku
    Toyko 100-8994

    "Tokyo Central Post Office reopened on July 17, 2012, after renovation work that sought to preserve the original interior material to the furthest extent possible. . " (GoTokyo.org)

    UPU Int'l Affairs:
  • Tél.: (+81 3) 3504-4397
  • Fax: (+81 3) 3593-9124
  • E-mail [email protected]
    Official Agents List - bottom of page. (cc)
  • Allen ; England
  • Hirschfeld; Spain
  • Herrick ; U.S.A.
  • Kowloon ; Hong Kong
  • Champion ; France
  • Stern ; Australia
  • Roll ; Germany
  • Agentur ; Sweden
  • De Rosa S.P.A ; Italy
  • Nordfrim ; Denmark
  • Visser ; The Netherlands
  • British ; Japan
  • (and Linn's lists Interpost as an agent though it is not on Japan's list)

    Japan Dealers Directory
  • UPU Listed Ministry:


    Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications

    "The Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications was one of the ministries in the Japanese government. In 2001, the ministry was merged with other ministries to form the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications...while many functions of the MPT were transferred to an independent Postal Services Agency which later became Japan Post..."
    (Wikipedia)
    "On October 1, 2007 Japan Post was privatized following fierce political debate that was settled by the 2005 general election. After the privatization, the Japan Post Group companies operate the postal business. Later in 2010, the privatization was put on hold, and the Japanese Ministry of Finance remains the 100% shareholder."
    (Wikipedia)
    Japan Post Holdings Co., Ltd. Company Profile

    "Neither ame, nor mizore, nor yuki will keep state-owned Japan Post Holdings and its Japan Post Service subsidiary from delivering more than 21 billion letters and packages a year. Another subsidiary, Japan Post Network, oversees more than 24,000 post offices. The company also offers savings accounts, through Japan Post Bank, hospitals and hotels, and life insurance, through Japan Post Insurance. However, in order to make its operating structure more efficient, Japan Post Holdings is required to sell Japan Post Insurance and Japan Post Bank by September 2017." (unknown author c.2014)


    In the past...

    Local Postal Authorities

    (all are '404' c.2014)
  • Postal Net of JAPAN
  • Ministry of Post and Telecommunication
  • Institute for Posts and Telecom's Policy Museum
  • Hokkaidou Area Post Office
  • Tohoku Area Post Office
  • Hokuriku Area Post Office
  • Tokai Area Post Office
  • Shikoku Area Post Office
  • Kyushu Area Post Office
  • Okinawa Area Post Office
  • Naka-Musashi Post Office
  • Yamato Tukimino Post Office

    c.2001 from Yasuhiko Iwaoka's site (Japan) (cc)
  •  

    Jersey

    Postal Headquarters POSTEUROP, SEPAC

    (Philately is under 'Personal' c.2014)

    P.O. Box 304
    St. Helier, Jersey JE1 1AB, U.K.
  • Tel.: (01534) 616616 (c.2014)
  • [email protected] (c.2014)
  • Tel : +44 (0) 534 616612 (c.2000)
  • Fax : +44 (0) 1534 873690 (c.2000)
  • E-mail: [email protected] (c.2000)
    old: itl.net/vc/europe/jersey/shops/postoffice '404'
    (Philatelic:)
    PO Box 106, St Helier
    Jersey, Channel Islands
    JE1 1AA , U.K.
  • Tel: 44 (0) 1534 616616 (c.2000; same as above)
  • Fax: 44 (0) 1534 873690
    Agents: Interpost; via Linn's, Crown Agents; self attributed

    Jersey Dealers Directory
  • Hobbies

    "In 1969, with the establishment of Jersey Post, UK postage stamps ceased to be valid in the Crown dependencies. The Bailiwicks had previously produced stamps and operated independent postal systems during the 1940–1945 Occupation of the Channel Islands.

    Jersey Post has an established and active philatelic bureau which issues new designs on a regular basis.

    In 2012, Jersey Post produced a special limited edition stamp for Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee, featuring a real diamond. The sheets sold out by pre-ordering before their February 2012 publication. "

    From: Wikipedia: Jersy Post

     

    Jordan

    Jordan Post
    UPU, APPC, PUMed
  • Phone No: +962-6-4293000 (c.2014)
  • Fax: +962-6-4206348
  • [email protected]
  • [email protected]
    Ministry of Post & Communications
    Philatelic Service
    P.O. Box 9903
    Amman, Jordan
  • E-mail: (old?) [email protected]
  • Tel./Fax: Fax: (9626) 65858668
    old: www.mopc.gov.jo '404' c.2014
    old: www.stamps.gov.jo '404' c.2014
    (and via Linn's c.2000:)
    Posts and Postal Savings Corp.
    Philatelic Section
    Box 71
    Amman, Jordan

    UPU Int'l Affairs: (c.2000)
    (at B.P. 9903)
  • Tél.: (+962 6) 585 9001 or (+962 6) 585 1301
  • Fax (+962 6) 586 1059
    Agent: (none known)

    Jordan Dealers Directory
  • "In 2002, the Postal Services Act was passed by the National Assembly and named (the Postal Services Law No. 34 for the year 2007), under which the Jordan Post Company was established as the public postal operator and started to function as such on January 1, 2003; whereas the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications was renamed as the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. It is worth mentioning that the current number of postal offices available in the kingdom is 356 Post Offices...

    Postal stamps used in Transjordan before 1918 were stamps Ottoman stamps. During king Faisal era 1918- 1920, some postal stamps were released under the title of (the Arab Government of Syria). After the Transjordan Emirate was found the Syrian Arab Kingdom stamps were first used by the British commissioners who brought large quantities of Palestinian stamps and were overprinted with the words “East Jordan”. In November 1927, a new set of Jordan stamps were released bearing the picture of His Majesty King Abdullah bin Al-Hussein, the founder and prince of Jordan that time. Another sets Jordanian commemorative stamps were released during the period 1927-1933 bearing pictures representing certain occasions such as the promulgation of the first Constitution of Transjordan Emirate, locusts in 1930 and Archeological Sites in 1933. Yet, the first set of commemorative stamps was released on a national occasion was released on May 25, 1946 commemorating the Independence Day 1947. The second set was released in 1947 on the occasion the parliament establishment. The first set of stamps representing an international occasion was released in 1949 marking the 57th anniversary of the founding of the Universal Postal Union (UPU). The first set of commemorative stamps bearing the image of His Majesty King Hussein Bin Talal, may God bless his soul, was released on 01/10/1953 on the anniversary of his enthronement and were the first stamps released in the reign of King Hussein in a set of 6 stamps. During the reign of His Majesty King Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein the first postage stamp was released on the occasion of his 38th birth anniversary on January 30, 2000."

    Copyright © 2009 Jordan Post (c.2014)

    Jugoslavia
    See: Yugoslavia
     

      

    Kazachistan

    (or Kazakhstan)

    Kazpost UPU, RCC

    (Offers English & Philately)

    General Post Office
    Philatelic Bureau
    Alma-Ata, Kazachistan
    Kazbailanys-Marka
    Publishing and Trading Center
    Box 57
    480000 Almaty, Kazakhstan, C.I.S.
    UPU Int'l Affairs:
    Entreprise postale d'Etat de la République du Kazakhstan
    Section de la poste internationale
    86, avenue Abilaï Khan
    480091 ALMATI, RÉP. DU KAZAKHSTAN
  • Téléphone (+7 3272) 62 02 87
  • Téléfax (+7 3272) 62 75 27
    Agent: Neofila

    See Also: Commonwealth of Independent States
    Kazakhstan Dealers Directory

  • History of Stamps is History of States

    “Philately is a hobby with a colossal educational potential (history and all spheres of human life). Because of it, inquisitiveness becomes more active and artistic capabilities become much broader, especially among youth”
    The above statement by Kazpost is the very reason why I work on this website.

    @AJWard65

     

    Kenya

    POSTA KENYA UPU, PAPU

    Postal Corporation of Kenya
    Posta House ( off Kenyatta Avenue )
    P. O. Box 34567 GPO
    Nairobi, 00100 Kenya

  • Tel: 020 324 2000 / 324 2800 / 3242600
  • Cell: 0719072600, 0719072800, 0734108120
  • [email protected]
  • [email protected]

  •      
    Kenya Post & Tel. Corp. (c.2000)
    Stamp Bureau
    P.O. Box 30368
    Nairobi, Kenya
  • Tel 254-2-252812
  • or 254-2-227401 ext. 2134, 2310, 3463, or 3357
  • Fax: 254-2-333704
    UPU Int'l Affairs: (c.2000)
    International and Public Relations
    P.O. Box 30301
  • Téléphone (+254 2) 227 401 int: 3327
  • Téléfax (+254 2) 217 895
    Agent:
    IGPC

    Kenya Dealers Directory
  • About Postal Corporation of Kenya

    The Postal history in Kenya dates from the early years of the 17th century. A Portuguese governor was installed in Mombasa in 1592 and official correspondence between the town and the outside world has been recorded from 1610 onwards, carried by ship to Arabia and India and transmitted to Europe by the overland route. Early letters from the interior of Kenya date from about 1848 when the missionaries sent their correspondence by native runners to the Coast for onward transmission.

    By 1877 some letters from Coast were being taken north from Lamu to Aden by ships of the British steam navigation Company, although the bulk of mail was being transmitted via Zanzibar. A system of mail-runners was developed and expanded by the British East Africa Association, while individual traders and concessionaries organized their own service. That enjoyed the use of distinctive postage stamps in 1889-90.

    A regular postal service in British East Africa was introduced in May 1890 and post offices opened in Mombasa and the island of Lamu. Two years later offices were opened at Malindi and Wasini and by 1897 an office was to open at Kilindini, necessitated by the construction of the railway. On 1st July 1895 control of the territory in British East Africa was transferred from the company to the imperial government. The Postmaster of Mombasa was responsible for running the postal service in the territory and in 1901 the Postal Services of British East Africa and Uganda were amalgamated.

    From Kenya Posts 'about' page. c.2014)

     
    Khmer Republic
    (aka/see: Cambodia)

    Ministry of Posts & Telecom Wat Phnom

    Service Philatilique
    Direction des Postes
    B.P. 1144
    1290 Phnom Penh
    Agence Plilatelique
    Direction Generale des PTT
    12000 Phnom Penh
    UPU Int'l Affairs: (c.2000)
    Directeur adjoint des postes
    12000 PHNOM-PENH
  • Téléphone (+855 23) 72 35 23
  • Téléfax (+855 23) 42 82 72
    Agent: (none known)

    Cambodia Dealers Directory
  • On 10 January 1979, the DK (Democratic Kampuchea) army had been routed and the Vietnamese troops had captured the capital Phnom Penh. The KPRC (Kampuchean People's Revolutionary Council) proclaimed that the new official name of Cambodia was the People's Republic of Kampuchea (PRK) (aka: Khmer Republic ; aj). The new administration ... a pro-Soviet regime supported by a substantial Vietnamese military force. . . notified the United Nations Security Council that it was the sole legitimate government of the Cambodian people. . . Despite the Vietnam-sponsored invasion and control, and the loss of independence that went along with it, the new order was welcomed by almost the entire Cambodian population due to the Khmer Rouge brutality.

    The "Kampuchean (or Khmer) People's Revolutionary Party" (KPRP) was the sole ruling party in Cambodia from the foundation of the pro-Vietnam republic in 1979, as well as during the transitional times under the SOC (State of Cambodia) in 1991, when it was renamed the Cambodian People's Party (CPP) at the beginning of the UN-sponsored peace and reconciliation process. . . .

    Edited excerpts from Wikipedia

    Kirghizia
    See: Kyrgyzstan below

     


    Kiribati

    (the former Gilbert Islands)

    Kiribati Post UPU

    Philatelic Bureau
    P.O. Box 494 Betio
    Tarawa
    Kiribati
    Central Pacific

  • Tel. : (686) 26515
  • Fax : (686) 26193
  • [email protected]
    old?: [email protected] (c.2000)
    old!: tskl.net.ki/kiribati/business/stamps/index.html '404' c.2014


    Agents: Crown Agents (their list), New Zealand Post (data)

    Kirabati Dealers Directory
  • Wikipedia: Postage_stamps_and_postal_history_of_Kiribat :
    "The Republic of Kiribati, is an island nation located in the central tropical Pacific Ocean. It is composed of 32 atolls and one raised coral island, dispersed over 3.5 million square kilometres, and straddling the equator.

    Kiribati was formerly the Gilbert Islands, part of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands which split into Kiribati and Tuvalu upon gaining independence from the United Kingdom in 1978 and 1979"

    www.kiritours.com/Business/STAMPS/Index.html (Bureau at left)
    This office is a tourism office as well where you can buy Kiribati stamps.
    Statement from: stamp-paradise.com
    (Tourism office is more of a private business. ; aj c.2014)

     

    Korea, DPR

    (aka: North Korea)
    DRP Korea's Post UPU
    Korea Stamp Corporation
    Yonggwang Street
    Pyonyang, DPR Korea
    Korea Stamp Corporation (via Unimex)
  • E-mail

    ("the sole and official agency for stamp export in the DRP of Korea.")


    Agents:
    KIWI,
    Unimex .dk,
    Pacific Rim .us,
    Hansen; .no,
    Japan; .jp

    and The Virtual Stamp Club notes, "Mark Dianda, the North American new-issue agent for North Korean stamps."

    North Korean (.kp) Dealers Directory; there's hope!
  • The North Korean postal service is operated by the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications and Communication Maintenance Bureau, which oversees postal communications, telegrams, phone service, TV broadcasts, newspapers and other related materials.

    ...Each province has a branch of the MPT and each "Ri" (village) has a postal service office to deliver letters, packages and telegrams.

    (From: Wikipedia)

     


    Korea, Republic of

    (aka: South Korea or ROK)

    Korea Post UPU, APPU


    Korean PTT
    Philatelic Agency
    Seoul Central Post Office
    Seoul 100, Rep. Korea
    old: http://www.mic.go.kr/stamp/ '404' c.2014
    Seoul Central Post Office
    Korean Philatelic Center
    CPO Box 5122
    Seoul, 100-011, South Korea
    Ministry of Information and Communication ( ref.)
    - has (had c.2000) postal link
    was located in Jongno-gu, central Seoul. (see wikipedia ref.)
    old: mic.etri.re.kr/e_home '404'
    "The ministry was dissolved on February 28, 2008 and combined with the former Korean Broadcasting Commission to Korea Communications Commission." (ref.)

    And all this as opposed to Korea Communications Standards Commission. (ref.) (I smell censorship; aj.)

    Note: the UPU cites (c.2014) as Ministry in charge:
    Ministry of Knowledge Economy (MKE)
    Which resolves (c.2014) to :

    Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE)

    After taking office in 2013, President Park Geun-hye restored MKE’s trade policy role, renaming it the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE).

    Agent: Kent; .us, CS; .sg, Hansen; .no

     

    South Korean Dealers Directory
    Ujeongchongguk

    This building was constructed right after the lmjin war around 16~17C and used as "Jeonuigam" (national hospital in Joseon Dynasty). According to records, it was also used as lodgings for the Japanese delegation in 1629 (7th year of King Injo's reign).

    Ujeongchongguk was founded by royal command on April 22, 1884. At November 18 of that year, Korea's first modern administration system, the postal service, started. Due to the "Gapsin Coup" staged by the Enlightenment Party during the Ujeongchongguk opening celebration on December 4, 1884, however, the service was suspended.

    In 1904, Boanhoe, a patriotic organization, held a massive anti-Japan rally in this place. it had been used as a school building since the foundation of jungdong School in 1906, a cradle of ethnohistory, until 1915. it had been under the Post Office since 1956 after Korea's independence; in October 1970, it was designnated as Historical Monument No. 213 for being the oldest building outside the palace in Korea and a place of patriotic movement having historical significance.


    See Also:

     


    Kosovo
    (A United Nation Interim Administration)
    (UN's first issue news)
    Agent: United Nations Postal Administration:
  • New York
  • Geneva
  • Vienna (closed?)

     

     

    Kosovo Dealers Directory
  • Kosovo (Albanian: Kosova; Serbian: Косово / Kosovo) is a partially recognised state in Southeastern Europe, which declared independence from Serbia in February 2008 as the Republic of Kosovo. While Serbia recognises the Republic's governance of the territory, it still continues to claim it as its own Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija.

    (Wikipedia - extensive)

    See Also: Yugoslavia

     

    Kuwait

    Ministry of Communications UPU, AICEP
    The services of post , telegraph and telephones as a whole represent one of the most effective means in any society towards increasing its development and decreasing its regression. This is because of the availability of services and the means of communications whether internal or external

    The role of the ministry considered as an important role through supporting the life of people’s interdependence and exchange benefits , ideas and cultures. (MOC's History)


    Post Office Department (c.2000)
    Postal Sector
    Philatetic Bureau
    P.O. Box 28900 SAFAT
    Code N13149
    10002 Safat, State of Kuwait
  • Tel: (965) 2446683
  • Fax: (965) 2430762
    members.spree.com/sip/salam49/ '404'
    Ministry of Communication
    Post Sector – Philatelic Bureau
    P. O. Box: 888
    13009 Safat, State of Kuwait
    (Cite (c.??))


    Ministry of Communications
    Postal Services
    Philatelic Section
    (c.2000 but still there c.2014)
    P.O. Box 888 Safat, 13333 Kuwait
  • mailto:[email protected]
    'Last updated by MOHAMAD MALALLAH'
    (when?; data is old! is/was it official?)
    Agent: (none known)

    Kuwait Dealers Directory
  • Kuwait has a very old history of postal services, which began in 1775 and were partly organized in 1879 (with a) decision in 1904 by the British political officer to have a post office in Kuwait - which opened on January 1st, 1915.

    "As was the practice in those days, British India postage stamps were also used in Kuwait, which included King George V, single star water-mark issues of 1911-1922, and Indian postal stationary items, both without overprints. The cancellers used in the beginning, however, spelt the name of the country as Koweit.

    In 1923, British India stamps of George V overprinted KUWAIT were sold, of values ½ anna to 10 rupees. Following introduction of air mail services, India issued a set of six airmail stamps, of these the 2a, 3a, 4s, and 6a values were overprinted in 1933 for use in Kuwait.

    After the partition of British India in August 1947, the post office remained under the Karachi circle, but of the Pakistan postal department. In April 1948 the Kuwait post office, like its counterparts in the other Gulf states came under the British Postal Agency, and the sub-post office was raised to the status of the main post office. The Kuwait post office now began to use overprinted and surcharged great Britain stamps of King George VI. The overprint read “KUWAIT” and the values were surcharged in annas and rupees of the Indian currency.

    Kuwait set up an independent postal system in 1958, when it also issued a set of three stamps of 5np, 10np, and 40np (naye paise of the Indian currency) values of February 1st. These were Kuwait’s first "local" issues for use on internal mail. On the same day the first state post office was opened at Safat. The British Postal Agency’s post offices continued to function. Great Britain stamps were withdrawn on February 1st, 1959, on which date the Kuwait government took over its entire postal service.

    The new administration declared the "local" stamps valid for external use, and issued its own set of 13 stamps valued up-to ten rupees. The British types of cancels were discontinued and in their place bilingual cancellers were introduced.

    Kuwait became a member of the Universal Postal Union in February 1960. The Government of Kuwait cancelled the Indian stamps and issued its own stamps in its currency of fils and dinars. By 1966 no less than 25 post offices were functioning in the country. Now, Kuwait has one of the most efficiently run postal services in the Gulf.

    (Cite)

     


    Kyrgyzstan

    (or Kirghizia)

    Kyrgyz Post UPU, RCC

    Адрес: 720001 Кыргызская Республика
    г. Бишкек, пр. Чуй, 227
    (c.2013)

    приемная: (+996 312) 61 36 07
    канцелярия: (+996 312) 61 52 93
    факс: (+996 312) 61 21 01
    [email protected]
    телефон доверия: (+996 312) 61 52 94
    or: (+996 312) 61 52 96
    Just mouseover the above.

    Kyrgyz Express Post UPU, RCC

    old: Kyrgyz Post : www.posta.kg (via UPU but '404' c.2014)


    Bishkek Post Office (c.2014)
  • [email protected]
    Ministry of Communications
    720 000 Tchu Avenue No. 96
    Bishkek, Kyrgysztan
    (via Linn's c.2000)
    UPU Int'l Affairs data: (c.2000)
    Kirghiz Postacy
    Division des relations internationales
    et commerciales et du marketing
    227, avenue Tchuy
    720001 BICHKEK, RÉP. DU KIRGHIZISTAN
  • Téléphone (+996 3312) 21 23 36
  • Téléfax (+996 3312) 21 92 24
    Agent: (none known)

    Kyrgyzstan Dealers Directory
  • In 1992, Kyrgyzstan joined the international organization "Universal Postal Union", which brings together 191 countries around the world. . . Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic is a regulator, the State Enterprise "Kyrgyzpochtasy" is the operator for the provision of postal services.

    State postal service in the face of the mail: State Enterprise "Kyrgyzpochtasy" occupies an important place in the structure of the communications industry and infrastructure in the region of the Kyrgyz Republic (&) has the most extensive . . a networks of regional branches and post offices - 922 sites across the country and is a self-supporting economic entity with the status of a single legal entity.

    (From Kyrgyz Post History)


    In 1867 Tokmak - county town of North Kyrgyzstan - was opened a post office. However, due to the fact that Toqmaq was located away from the main path to Tashkent Faithful (Ташкент–Верный) and was near the marshes, it was decided to move the center of the county to the fortress Pishpek. There on May 14 started a working post office, it was the date and day of birth Bishkek post office.

    (From Bishkek Post Office History)

    See Also:
    Commonwealth of Independent States

     
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