UPU head discussing the future of Slovenian postal services

Ljubljana – The Secretary General of the Universal Postal Union, a UN agency, Masahiko Metoki and Deputy Marjan Oswald met in Ljubljana with government officials, representatives of the national postal companies and the Revenue Service to discuss the ongoing I attended a meeting of the European Envelope Manufacturers Association. from thursday to saturday.

When Metoki and Osvald met Digital Transformation Minister Emilija Stojmenova Duh and Economy Minister Matjaž Han on Friday, the future of the postal service was in focus.

They noted that while digitization has led to a significant decline in letters, it has also boosted the e-commerce and parcel markets, the government’s Digital Transformation Authority tweeted.

Metoki and Osvald, former managers of the Slovenian postal company Pošta Slovenije, have discussed customs procedures for postal shipments and recent changes to EU legislation with representatives from the Financial Services Authority (FURS), FURS said.

They stressed the importance of good cooperation between customs authorities and the national postal company, and according to FURS, FURS and Pošta Slovenije are considered exemplary cases.

Thursday’s meeting with Pošta Slovenije Secretary General Tomaž Kokot discussed the state postal company’s technological developments and ways to open up the UPU to external stakeholders.

Poshta Slovenie’s sustainable operations with a focus on socially responsible services were also touched upon, and UN officials visited the company’s distribution center in Ljubljana.

“The UPU has a strong focus on the sustainable operation of the post office and the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, and Posta Slovenie’s efforts in this regard are particularly welcome,” said Metki. told Poshta Slovenie. UPU head discussing the future of Slovenian postal services

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