Arab Permanent Postal Commission (APPC)
Commission arabe permanente des postes (CAPP)
Comisión Arabe Permanente de Correos
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1952-04-12 Syrian AR
12 Apr 1952, Damascus (Syria), as Arab Postal Union (APU) -- Union postale arabe (UPA) -- Unión Postal Arabe, following: recommendations of postal conference, 9 Dec 1946, Sofar (Lebanon); work of Communications Commission of D-XD2903 - League of Arab States (LAS). Activities commenced 1 Apr 1954. Present name adopted 1989. A Restricted Union of B-XB3408 - Universal Postal Union (UPU).
Organize, develop, and unify postal services and bring to a high level the postal service in the Arab region; study and improve inter-Arab and international postal relations; reinforce pan-Arab action through the post.
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Congress (every 5 years); Executive Council (meets annually); Consultative Council for Postal Studies; General Secretariat. Special Committees. Instrumental in setting up the previous U-XF0245 - Arab Postal Faculty, Damascus.
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