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Pakistan

Pakistan Post
UPU, APPU
Philatelic Bureau (c.2014)
Islamabad 44000, Pakistan (c.2000)
Pakistan Philatelic Bureau
General Post Office
Karachi, Pakistan
  • Chief Controller of Stamps, Karachi:
  • Ahsan Bashir Sheikh
  • Tel. 92-21-9211128, 92-21-5686825
  • Fax: 92-21-9203933
  • Director General (c.?):
  • Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar
  • Tel. 92-51-9260025, 92-51-9261520
  • Fax: 92-51-254453
  • E-mail: [email protected]
    Agent: (none known!)

    Pakistan Dealer's Directory



  • See Also:


    ECONOMIC COOPERATION ORGANIZATION
    Postal Staff College Islamabad Pakistan

    (formerly: Postal Training Centre, Islamabad)
    "The College Library contains a fairly large collection of books on diverse topics such as management, postal manuals, postal studies, computer, finance and accounting, statistical management as well as social sciences and literature."
    old: www.psc.edu.pk (forwards c.2014)

     

     Palau
    Republic of Palau Postal Service
    Philatelic Station (c.2009)
    P.O.Box 1982
    Koror, PW 96940-9998
    Republic of Palau
  • Tel.: +680 488-4755, +680 488-2406
  • Fax.: +680 488-5755
  • [email protected]
  • [email protected]
    Palau Philatelic Bureau (c.2000)
    GPO
    Koror, Palau

    Or:

    Palau Philatelic Bureau (c.2000)
    General Post Office Box 7775
    New York NY 10116

  • Tel 212-629-7979
    Agent: (NY above) & IGPC

    Palau Dealer's Directory
  • Fabio Alarici notes (see Bibliography at bottom)
    "Finally a LOCAL philatelic bureau has been opened, so I have deleted the address of New York agency.
    It is possible to pay by credit card and they send stocklist on request." (c.2009)

      

    Palestine
    (aka: Palestinian Authority or West Bank)
    The General Administration of Post APPC
    Philatelic Bureau (هــواة الطـوابـع)
    P.O. Box 5000
    GAZA,
    Palestine
  • Tel: 08-2829295
  • Fax: 08-2822846
  • [email protected]
    Ministry of Posts and Telecommunication
    P.O. Box 674
    Ramallah, West Bank
  • E-mail

    Post Department
    Philatelic Office
    GPO, Gaza City, Gaza
  • Tel 07 829202 and 007 863141
  • Fax 07 829231 and 07 862266
    Agent: (none known)


  • The Nile Post
    Box 2237, CA 94536, USA
    offers Egypt, Palestinian Authority new issues svc)

     

    Panama
    Correos y Telégrafos Nacionales de Panamá UPU, UPAEP
    Calidonia frente a la Iglesia de Don Bosco
    (c.2014 & assumed to be Panama City)
  • Teléfono: +(507) 512-7601
  •    

    Correos de Panamá
    unknown address c.2014.


    Mm. de Gov. y Just. Dir. Gen. Correos (c.2000)
    Filatelia
    Apartado 3421 - Zona 1
    Panama 4, Panama
  • Tel/Fax 507 225-2803 (c.2000)
  • Tel: +507 225-2815 (c.2004)
  • Fax:+507 225-2671 (c.2004)
  • [email protected] (c.2000)
  • or: [email protected] (c.2000)
  • [email protected] (c.2004)
  • [email protected] (c.2004)
    Agent: (none known)

    Panama Dealer's Directory
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    Papua New Guinea

    Post PNG Ltd. UPU, APPU
    P.O. Box 2 (c.2014)
    Boroko
    National Capital District
    Papua New Guinea

  • Phone: (675) 305 3714
  • Fax: (675) 321 8872
  • [email protected]


    Papua Philatelic Bureau
    (c.2014)

    Online Shop

    Physical Shop:
    Lot 28, Section 35,
    Old Loberger House
    Konedobu
    (directly opposite to Trukai Industries)
    relocated from the second floor,
    Haus Post, Tabari Place, Boroko)

    Philatelic Bureau of PNG (c.2000, 2014)
    P.O. Box 1
    Boroko
    National Capital District
    Papua New Guinea
  • Phone: (675) 305 3748 (c.2014)
  • Fax: (675) 321 88872 (c.2014)
  • [email protected] (c.2014)
  • Tel 675 300-3745 or 3746 (c.2000)
  • Fax 675 300-3708 (c.2000)
    Agents: Crown Agents , IGPC , CS .sg , Japan; .jp ; each is self attributed
  • Note: the PNG Bureau is listed as the FIAP Rep.

     

     

     

     

    PNG Dealer's Directory
  • Permanent contact with foreigners and outside world dated back to 16th Century and up to 19th Century when Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, English, France seamen made numerous journeys to the islands. Germans also made their presence felt and managed to engrave strong influence on the northern half of the country (New Guinea) while the British colonised the southern half (Papua) and of course the Dutch took the present Irian Jaya (Dutch New Guinea) which is now part of Indonesia.

    Postal and Telecommunications history began in 1885 when Sir Peter Scratchley appointed Frank Lawes as POSTMASTER, HARBOUR MASTER, COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS and CHIEF CLERK. The earliest letter known to pass through the newly established Port Moresby Post Office has on the envelope the postmark.

    "Port Moresby
    New Guinea
    August 26 1885"

    ... When Posts and Telegraphs Branch of Treasury Department ceased to exist and a new Posts and Telegraphs Department was created in 1955, the Papua New Guinea Philatelic Bureau was also started four years later in 1959.

    From 1959 up to now, Oh Yes! its 41 years now for PNG Philatelic Bureau ... Read (below) what Fred Bartu, one of the early pioneers who established the.. Bureau, could recall from the many ‘chapters’ of his yester years.:

    "In his apocalyptic novel of the same name (1984) George Orwell forecast a communications revolution with big brother monitoring our every move. Completely by accident this also happens to be the year when Papua New Guinea celebrates the twenty-fifth anniversary of its foundation. Foundation! Sounds impressive! It was more like squeaking into life. I was not there to witness this moment but my late boss, mentor and friend Bob Miller regaled me with some anecdotes which included his appointment as Postal Inspector (Philatelic) where he served behind the counter selling stamps to collectors in the morning and the afternoons he spent chasing stamp designs in the local bush armed with a Box Brownie Camera. At any rate by sheer faith and perseverance he and his assistant Tom Duncan got their act together. By 1963 they had managed to scrape together some stamp designs which then saw light of day across the Post Office counters."
    (excerpt from Post PNG's Postal History of PNG)

     

    Paraguay

    Correo Paraguayo UPU, UPAEP

    Filatelia (c.2014)

    C/O Dirección Nacional de Correo del Paraguay (Dinacopa)
    May 25 esq. Yegros
    1301 Postal Code
    Asuncion, Paraguay
  • Phone: (595 21) 498-112 / 16
    Postmaster General
    Departamento Filatelico (c.2000)
    Direccion General de Correos
    Alberdi 130
    Asuncion, Paraguay
    Agent: (none known)

    Paraguay Dealer's Directory
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    Penrhyn
    ( or Tongareva )
    Penrhyn Post Office
    Penrhyn, Northern Cook Islands
    South Pacific Ocean
    Agent: Herrick; via Linn's
    See also: Cook Islands

     

     

     

     

    Cook Islands Dealer's Directory
    Penrhyn (also called Tongareva, Mangarongaro, Hararanga, and Te Pitaka) is the most remote and largest atoll of the 15 Cook Islands in the south Pacific Ocean.

    Penrhyn Atoll has two villages. The main village of Omoka, seat of Penrhyn Island Council...

    (Wikipedia)

    "At the Government of the Cook Islands website there is a nice map of Penrhyn with a good history lesson...
    Names: Te Pitaka (the Circle),
    Tongareva (Tonga floating in space).

    The present-day Maori name is Mangarongaro which developed from the name of one of the divisions of the large south-western islet. Penrhyn after the "Lady Penrhyn" commanded by Captain William Cropton Lever who landed on August 8th 1788. Another European name was Bennett Island. The Peruvians knew the island as the Island of the Four Evangelists.

    Jarig Bakker, 22 March 1999 (from CRW Flags)

     

    Peru

    SERPOST – Servicios Postales del Perú UPU, UPAEP

    Filatelia (English)

    No online shop c.2014


    Sub - Direccion Filatelica (c.2000)
    Direccion Generale de Correos
    Jr. Conde de Superunda N°170
    Lima 1, Peru
    old: http://www.mtc.gob.pe/Comunicaciones/Correos/dgcorrevolu.htm (root now Ministry of Trans & Comm)

    (or via Linn's)
    Serpost SA
    Servicios Postales del Peru
    Sub-Gerencia de Publicidad y Filatelia, Esq.
    Av. Tomás Valle s/n. Cdra. 7
    Los Olivos, Lima 39, Peru
    UPU Postal Contact:
    SERPOST S.A.
    Oficina de Relaciones Internacionales
    Av. Tomás Valle S/N cuadra 06,
    Los Olivos
    LIMA 39, PÉROU
    Téléphone (+51 1) 963 7857
    Agent: (none known)

    Peru Dealer's Directory

    Local Postal Outlets:

    Bolsa Filatélica
    Alameda Chabuca Granda
    Lima

  • Phone: (511) 511-5000 Annex: 5200

    Av. Nicolás de Piérola
    Lima

  • Phone: (511) 511-5000 Annex: 5200
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    Philippines

    Philippine Postal Corporation (PhilPost) UPU, APPU

  • c.2011 - PHLPost was placed under the Office of the President per Executive Order 47, signed by President Benigno Aquino III. The President also appointed former Bulacan governor Ma. Josefina Dela Cruz as the new Postmaster General, the first woman to hold this position in the history of the Philippine Postal Service.

    Formerly: Postal Service Office (until 1992)

    Stamp & Philatelic Division
    Liwasang Bonifacio
    1000 Manila, Philippines
  • Tel/Fax +63 2 527-0096
  • Fax +63 2 527-0082
  • [email protected] (c.2007)
    The Manila Central Post Office located at Liwasang Bonifacio is a neo-classical building designed by two American architects and a Filipino namely: Ralph Doane, Tomas Mapua, and Juan Marcos de Guzman Arellano. The Post Office Building was considered as the grandest building during its time, and is now considered as one of the dominating landmarks in Metro Manila.

    UPU Int'l Affairs: (c.2000)
    Philippine Postal Corporation
    Assistant Postmaster General for Operations
    Liwasang Bonifacio
    1000 MANILA
  • Téléphone +63 (2) 527-00-43
  • Télé fax (+63 2) 527-00-82
    Agent: (none known)

     

    Philippines Dealer's Directory
  • NAME OF CLUBPRESIDENTADDRESS
    Phil. Philatelic Federation (PPF) Pio Rodriguez P.O. Box 437 Manila, Philippines
    APO Philatelic Society Paulina Calinawan P.O. Box 1717 Manila, Philippines
    International Phil. Philatelic Society (IPPS) Pio Rodriguez P.O. Box 437 Manila
    Young Philatelists Society (YPS) Marco Ruben T. Malto P.O. Box 4493, 1084 Manila
    Filipinas Stamp Collectors' Club (FSCC) Josefina T. Cura P.O. Box 1203 Manila
    Chinese Philatelic Club of the Phils. (CPCP) Roberto Ong 904 Gen. Solano St., San Miguel, Manila
    Quezon City Philatelic Society (QCPS) Crecensio Viernes Don Alejandro A. Roces Sr. High School, Roces Ave., QC
    Naga Philatelic Society Virginia B. Belleca 221 Abella St., 4400 Naga City
    Bayanihan Collectors' Club, Inc. (BCCI) Ramon Villegas, Jr. P.O. Box 115 Manila CPO 1099 Manila
    Cebu Philatelic Society (CPS) Roberto Lim P.O. Box 361 Cebu City
    Pampanga Stamp Collectors' Society Jorge H. Cuyugan 63 Santiago St., Sta. Ana, Pampanga
    Baguio Philatelic Society Anna Balajadia Philpost-CAR 2600 Baguio City
    Far East Philatelic Society Renato Luansing Jr. 17 Daisy St., Dolor Subd. 4200 Batangas
    PMA Philatelic Society (PMATS) Cdt. Noli Baguitan PMA, Fort Del Pilar 2602 Baguio City
    Phil. Thematic Philatelists Society (PTPS) Edison Cornejo P.O. Box 3740 1077 Manila

     

    Pitcairn Islands

    (UK Dependency)

    Pitcairn Island Philatelic Bureau (c.2010)
    PO Box 27404, Marion Square
    Wellington, New Zealand

  • Tel.: +64 4 385 3765, Fax: +64 4 385 3706
  • Tel/Fax: +64 4 476 9506 (c.2007)
  • [email protected]
    Pitcairn Postal Officer
    P.O. Box N
    Pitcairn Island
    South Pacific (via New Zealand)
    Philatelic Bureau (Pitcairn Islands)
    C/O Fiji P.O.
    G.P.O. Box 40 (Linn's says GPO Box 100)
    Suva, Fiji
    Agents: Crown Agents, NZ Post, CS .sg

    Pitcairn Island Dealer's Directory
  • Officially named the Pitcairn Group of Islands, they are a group of four volcanic islands in the southern Pacific Ocean that form the last British Overseas Territory in the Pacific.

    The islands are inhabited by the descendants of the Bounty mutineers and the Tahitians (or Polynesians) who accompanied them, an event retold in numerous books and films. This history is still apparent in the surnames of many of the islanders. With only about 56 inhabitants, originating from four main families, Pitcairn is the least populous national jurisdiction in the world.

    (Wikipedia)



    Related URL:
    www.visi.com/~pjlareau//pitmail.html; stamp and P.O. data

     

    Poland

    Poczta Polska UPU, CEPT, POSTEUROP

    Filatelistyka Online Shop

    Centrala Poczty Polskiej S.A. (c.2014)
    (Polish Post Headquarters)
    ul. Stawki 2
    PL - 00-940 Warszawa, Poland

  • tel.: 22 656 50 00

    Director of Polish Post (c.2000)
    Pl. Malachowskiego 2
    PL - 00-940 Warszawa, Poland
    Poczta Polska
    Centrum Handlu i Poligrafii
    ul.Grochowska 23/31
    00-942 Warszawa, Poland
    (Philatelic Address):
    CHZ Ars Polona
    Krakowskie Przedmiecie 7
    00-950, Warsaw, Poland
    UPU Int'l Affairs: (c.2000)
    Pl. Malachowskiego 2 (see above)
  • Téléphone (+48 22) 656 53 73
  • Téléfax (+48 22) 826 19 07
    Agent: Hansen; .no

    Poland Dealer's Directory
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    Portugal

    CTT - Correios de Portugal, SA UPU, AICEP, CEPT, IPC, POSTEUROP, UPAEP

    (filatelia : In English)

    CTT - Correios de Portugal, SA
    Filatelia
    Av. D. João II Lt. 1.12.03 4°andar
    1999 - 001 LISBOA
  • Tel : +351 210 470 603
  • Fax : +351 210 471 979
  • [email protected]
    Serv. Rel. Intl. (c.2000)
    Direction Generale des PTT
    Av. Casal Ribeiro, no. 28-2°
    P - 1096 Lisbonne Codex, Portugal
  • Tel : 357 40 19
  • Fax : 353 67 70
  • [email protected]

    Philatelic Department
    Av. Casal Ribeiro, 28-4ş
    1049-052 Lisboa Codex, Portugal
  • Phone: (01) 311 17 00 (Linn's: 351-1-357 40 19)
  • Fax: (01) 311 18 48 (Linn's 351-1-353 67 30)
  • E-mail: [email protected] (Linn's [email protected])
    UPU Int'l Affairs:
    CTT - Correios de Portugal, S.A.
    Directeur du courrier international
    Pça. D. Luís I, n° 30 - 3°
    P-1208-148 LISBOA CODEX
  • Téléphone (+351 1) 322 9476
  • Téléfax (+351 1) 322 9932
    Agents: Interpost .us , ECT Brazil , Allen .uk
    See also her territories: Azores, Madeira
    (Note: Macao is now part of PR China)

    Portugal Dealer's Directory
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    Qatar

    Qatar Post UPU, APPC

    Head Of Philatelic Unit:
    Mr. Khalid Fikri (c.2014)
    Philatelic Bureau

  • Tel: (+974) 44464309, 44464308
  • Fax: (+974) 44464466
  • [email protected]
    General Postal Corporation (c.2003)
    Philatelic Dept.
    P.O Box 24433
    Doha –Qatar
  • Sales: +974 4464335
  • Subscription : +974 4464308 , +974 4464321
  • Head of Qatar Philatelic Bureau : +974 4464309
  • Fax : +974 4464466
    Ministry of Communication (c.2000)
    Philatelic Bureau
    Doha, Qatar
  • Fax 974 837 777
    UPU Int'l Affairs: (c.1999)
  • Téléphone (+974) 464 408, (+974) 835 511
  • Téléfax (+974) 837 777
    Agent: IGPC

    Qatar Dealer's Directory

  • The Post Office in Qatar began operating modestly in 1950 with just 6 staff. Nevertheless the story begins in earnest in May 1963 when the State of Qatar took full responsibility for its own Postal Services.

    When the first Post Office was opened in Doha in 1950 (there are presently 40 postal branches), the GPC used British stamps but in Rupee denominations and with the country name, "Qatar" over-printed in English. The first date-stamp was used for Registered letters at Doha Post Office on 17 May 1953, and in 1956 and 1960 the first Post Offices outside the capital were opened in Dukhan and Umm Said respectively. This was followed in 1961 with Qatar's issue of the first official postage stamp for the State.

    ...

    The GPC was the first Postal Administration in the Gulf to speed the despatch of Sea Mail by air, and charges for letters, post cards, printed matter, parcels, small packets, newspapers and magazines have only increased once in almost 20 years as a matter of GPC policy.

    The world is changing faster than ever before and Postal Administrations are not immune to these changes; the postal future is thus quite daunting. However, in October 2001, specifically with the future in mind the GPC became an independent corporation. This important change is designed to enable the corporation to compete internationally, to meet its customer's needs and to provide a platform for the future service reliability of the business and to benefit the citizen's of Qatar.

    (Excerpts from Q-Post's online history page.)
     

      
    Redonda
    (a dependent of Antigua)
    Philatelic Bureau
    Redonda, Antigua, W.I.
    Agent:
    See Also: Antigua & Barbuda

    Antigua & Barbuda Dealer's Directory
    Redonda is an uninhabited Caribbean island which is politically part of Antigua and Barbuda. . .about 1 mile (1.6 km) long, 0.3 miles (0.48 km) wide, and 971 feet high.

    Redonda is home to vast numbers of sea birds, and the island was an important source of guano before artificial fertilizers started to be mass-produced.

    (Wikipedia)

     
    Reunion
    (a French Overseas Dept.)

    local Reunion data needed
    P.P de SAINT DENIS RP
    60 rue Maréchal Leclerc
    97405 ST DENIS CEDEX
    P.P du PORT
    97821 LE PORT CEDEX
    P.P du TAMPON
    97839 LE TAMPON CEDEX
    From France's: LISTE DES POINTS PHILATELIE, (cc)
    See Also: Framce
    Agent: (none known)

    Reunion Dealer's Directory

    See Also:

    France Dealer's Directory

     

     

    Romania

    Posta Romana UPU, CEPT, POSTEUROP

    No sign of 'Filatelie' except some postal history; see ===>>

    No address data provided except:
  • 004021 9393, (021) 9393 (from Bucharest)
  • 004021 9393 111 (you can use Skype here! +40219393111)
    (from outside Bucharest or from the mobile phone)
    Normal rate number on which you can receive information about
    the Romanian Post Office's products and services.
    D. E. C. T. Rompresfilatelia (c.2000)
    Calea Grivitei 64-66
    Bucharest, Romania
  • Tel/Fax 650 28 69
    UPU Int'l Affairs: (c.2000)
    Chef du service trafic postal international
    Soseaua Giulesti 6-8
    78251 BUCURESTI, ROUMANIE
  • Téléphone (+40 1) 637 41 93
  • Téléfax (+40 1) 311 32 13
    Agent: Japan; .jp

    Romania Dealer's Directory
  • The Post in Romanian provinces is known since the Middle Ages. It was created from the need to spread the sovereigns’ orders up to the limits of the territory they owned. Sovereigns’ couriers used horses, dutifully given to them by the inhabitants of the transited villages and towns.

    The first document attesting the existence of postal services in our lands is "The Charter" issued by Sovereign Mircea the Elder, in 1399, at Giurgiu. By this, localities were required to provide the royal couriers with transportation means, horses and two wheels carts, named "remount". At the beginning, the post was mainly based on the transportation of travellers and official mail of the high seniors and sovereigns.

    In the second half of the eighteenth century, Sovereign Constantin Mavrocordat ruled that all couriers should be placed under the authority of the state, with all related expenditures. Accommodations were built for travellers and officers, the so-called postal inns, stables for horses and the transportation of people is accepted with postal carriages, for a fee. Until the Revolution from 1848, the postal services were leased to private individuals, usually for periods of 3 years.

    After 1850, in the administrative cities, the urban postal stations were converted into post offices. At that time, there were 30 postal routes, with postal stations, having Craiova as joint centre. Since 1852, the mail service for private individuals is organized, under the supervision of the Ministry of Finances.

    On November 12th, 1857, a committee gathered in Iasi decides the introduction of postal stamps in Moldova. . .On November 12th, 1857, a committee gathered in Iasi decides the introduction of postal stamps in Moldova...

    Between September 15th and October 9th, 1874, in Berne, the first Postal Congress takes place, deciding upon the creation of the Universal Post Union, Romania being one of the 22 founding members of the organization....

    . . . By Decision no. 371 from July 1998, the Romanian Government has instructed the transformation of the Romanian Post Autonomous Administration into a trading company. By the same Decision, the “Articles of Incorporation" of the Romanian Post was issued (Appendix to the Government Decision no. 371/1998). . . .

    (Posta Romana's Postal History)

     

    Ross Dependency

    (The Antarctic of New Zealand)

    See Also:

    New Zealand's Dealer's Directory
    (Extensive!)
    New Zealand's claim to the region was formalized in 1923, when the Governor-General of New Zealand was appointed as the Governor of the Ross Dependency by an Imperial Order in Council made in London, United Kingdom. Since the Antarctic Treaty came into force in 1961, Article IV of which states "No acts or activities taking place while the present Treaty is in force shall constitute a basis for asserting, supporting or denying a claim to territorial sovereignty in Antarctica or create any rights of sovereignty in Antarctica", most countries do not recognise territorial claims in Antarctica.

    The Dependency takes its name from Sir James Clark Ross, who discovered the Ross Sea, and includes part of Victoria Land, and most of the Ross Ice Shelf. Ross Island, Balleny Islands and the small Scott Island also form part of the Dependency, as does the ice-covered Roosevelt Island.

    (From Wikdpedia)

     

    Russia

    Russian Post UPU, CEPT, RCC
    (offers English c.2014)
    Russian Federation
    Ministry of Posts and Telecommunicatiori (c.2000)
    7 rue Tverskaya
    103375 Moscos K-375
    Russia, CIS

    PostEurop Contact:
    International Post Office
    37, Varchavskoyé Chaussée
    113105 Moscow
    Federation of Russia
  • Tel: +7.095.1144584
  • Fax: +7.095.2302719

    PTC MARKA ('404''?)
    4/6 Bolshaya Gruzinskaya str.,
    123242, Moscow, Russia
  • Tel.: (095) 254-03-28, 254-57-90, 255-99-04
  • Fax: (095) 254-85-84
  • E-mail: [email protected]
      "Please, be noted that the Publishing and Trading Centre "Marka" does not carry out orders of the individual stamp" "We kindly ask you to apply to our official dealers..." (Member ASCAT)

    See Also:
  • Tuva
  • Chechnya
  • c.2014: Contacts :

    Central office:

    131000, Moscow,
    Varshavskoye shosse, 37

  • Phone: +7 (495) 956 20 67
    (Administration)
  • Fax: +7 (495) 956 99 51
  • 8 800 20105 886 (call center)
  • [email protected]

    Press center:

  • Phone: (495) 956 99 62
  • Fax: (495) 221 96 55
  • [email protected]

    Affiliated branch in Berlin

  • Tel: +49 30 762 397 19 19
  • [email protected]
    Official Agents List
    c.2000 (cc):
  • Champion .fr
  • Nordfrim .dk
  • Visser .de
  • Unicover .us
  • Weishaupt .us
  • Philagentur
  • Japan .jp
  • Sieger .de
  • Shenyang .cn
  • Philatelia .hu
  • Imperial .ca
  • Hansen .no
  • Russia Dealer's Directory
    The FSUE Russian Post - is the national postal operator, member of the Universal Postal Union. In 2013 the company was put on the list of strategic enterprises of the Russian Federation.

    The Federal State Unitary Enterprise Russian Post (FSUE) was set up by the government decree of September 5, 2002. The enterprise was officially registered and adopted its Charter on February 13, 2003.

    Russian Post includes 86 regional branches, 42000 post offices and nearly 350 000 employees, 87% of which are women. The company provides its services on the territory of 17 000 000 square kilometers. Russian Post operates in 9 time zones, delivering postal items by 2 600 000 road, 1200 air and 106 railway routes.

    The company owns 18 000 trucks, 827 vans, 4 crafts and helicopters and one horse. . .

    (FSUE website c.2014)

     

    Rwanda

    National Post Office (Iposita) UPU

    C/O Jean Chrysostome TWAGIRAYEZU (c.2014)
    (In charge of Philately)
    National Post Office
    B.P 4
    KIGALI
    RWANDA

  • Tel: + 250 (0) 788497312
  • [email protected]
    Direction Generale des Postes (c.2000)
    Commercial Promotions
    B.P.4
    Kigali, Rwanda
  • Tel 250 72117, 75703, 75652
  • Fax 250 76574
    UPU Int'l Affairs: (c.2000)
  • Téléphone (+250) 75652
  • Téléfax (+250) 76574
    Agent: Philder; via Linn's

     

     

    Rwanda Dealer's Directory
  • The first post office opened its doors on 18th September 1922 in Kigali. . . the Postal Administration of Rwanda was merged to the Belgian Congo. . .

    Until the independence of Rwanda, 1st July 1962, the Post Office was administered by colonial rule. . .

    When National Independence was declared . . .the former Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications was reattached to the Ministry of Public Works and Mechanization to form one Ministry designated as the Ministry of Public Works and Equipment on 6th February 1963. This Ministry counted, among its attributions, "the management of the Postal Operations".

    The cabinet reshuffle of 6th January 1964 detached certain attributions from the former Ministry of Public Works and Equipment in order to constitute the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications . . . (and) on 6th April 1963 Rwanda was admitted as a member of the Universal Postal Union.

    . . .in 1965, understanding the importance of the country’s postal service, the United Nations Organization quickly gave considerable assistance by constructing the Kigali Posts and Telecommunications building that still stands today. . .

    In 1986, following pressure from the economic and international financial institutions . . . the Government decided to give more autonomy to the postal and telecommunications sectors by creating two entities of a commercial nature dealing respectively with these two services. Thus, the National Post Office was established on March 11, 1992.

    This public institution was placed under the administrative supervision of a Ministry (currently the Ministry of Youth and ICT) having postal matters in its duties ... and is administered as any other business, by a Board of Directors, the day-to-day management being entrusted to a Director General.

    (Paraphrased from Iposita's Historical Overview c.2014 - aj)

     

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