Pan African Postal Union (PAPU)
Union panafricaine des postes (UPAP)
18 Jan 1980, following recommendations 23 June-3 Jul 1977 of Council of Ministers of the H-XD3027 - OAU and approval, 2-6 Jul 1977, Libreville (Gabon), by Conference of Heads of State and Government. Establishment approved 18-28 Jun 1980, Freetown (Sierra Leone), at 35th ordinary session of Council of Ministers of the OAU. A specialized agency of D-XD8572 - African Union (AU) in the postal field and a Restricted Union of B-XB3408 - Universal Postal Union (UPU).
Represent the interests of members at global decision-making conferences; deliver a valuable set of support services to stakeholders.
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Conference of Plenipotentiaries elects Administrative Council, comprising 20 Member States, according to regional distribution, for 4-year term; Administrative and Technical Committees (4); General Secretariat.
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