Asian-Pacific Postal Union
The Asian-Pacific Postal Union (APPU) was formed (in its current form) by International treaty through an Asian-Pacific Postal Convention signed in Yogyakarta on 27 March 1981. The organisation has origins dating back to 1961.
Logo of the Asian-Pacific Postal Union
|Formation||1 July 1982|
|33 state members|
The purpose of the union is to extend, facilitate and improve the postal relations and promote cooperation in the field of the postal services between the member-countries; currently 33.
Asian-Pacific Postal CollegeEdit
APPU also runs the Asian-Pacific Postal College (APPC) founded in 1970 supporting the training and development of member states' postal staff.
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