Conference of Posts and Telecommunications of Central Africa
Conférence des postes et télécommunications de l'Afrique centrale (COPTAC)
Conferencia de Correos y Telecomunicaciones de Africa Central
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1975-10-30 Kinshasa Congo DR
Established 30 Oct 1975, Kinshasa (Congo DR), as Conference of Posts and Telecommunications Administrations of Central Africa -- Conférence des administrations des postes et télécommunications de l'Afrique centrale (COPTAC) -- Conferencia de Administraciones de Correos y Telecomunicaciones de Africa Central. New structure adopted 26 Oct 1984, Brazzaville (Congo Brazzaville), by Convention signed by plenipotentiaries of 7 countries. Original acronym was CAPTAC. Dissolved and then re-established under current acronym, Oct 1998. A Restricted Union of B-XB3408 - Universal Postal Union (UPU).
Improve, promote and develop post and telecommunication services in the Central African region.
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Plenary Assembly, comprising Ministers of Posts and Telecommunications of countries of the sub-region. Specialized Commissions (3): Posts; Telecommunications; Regulations.
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