Associação dos Operadores de Correios e Telecomunicações dos Paises e Territórios de Lingua Oficial Portuguesa (AICEP)
Association of Postal and Telecommunications Operators of the Portuguese Speaking Countries and Territories
Association des opérateurs des postes et des télécommunications des pays et territoires de langue officielle portugaise
26 Nov 1993. Recognized as a restricted union of B-XB3408 - Universal Postal Union (UPU), 14 Dec 1998. Previously also referred to in English as Association of Post Office and Telecommunications Operators of the Portuguese Speaking Countries and Territories.
Contribute towards the development and modernization of the post and telecommunication services of portuguese speaking countries and territories.
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