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Azerbaijan not to apply requirements of Universal Postal Convention to Armenia

Azerbaijan will not apply requirements of the Universal Postal Convention to Armenia, said the political statement presented by the Government of Azerbaijan at the Second Extraordinary Congress of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, the Ministry of Transport, Communications and High Technologies said in a statement.

The Congress has been attended by more than 1,000 delegations from 130 countries. The Azerbaijani delegation has also been represented at the event.

The proposed reforms in the structure of the UPU, the changes in the system of membership in the organization, a number of changes in the Universal Postal Union regarding execution of postal operations and other issues have been discussed, the final documents of the UPU have been adopted during the event.

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The political statement has been submitted to the Secretariat on behalf of the Government of Azerbaijan for inclusion in the documents of the Congress.

The statement once again brought to the attention of the world community that the armed forces of Armenia occupied 20 percent of the territory of Azerbaijan. It was noted that due to the occupation by the armed forces of Armenia of the Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan and adjacent districts, Azerbaijan will not apply the requirements of the Universal Postal Convention to Armenia.       Continue Reading