Asian-Pacific Postal Union (APPU)
Union postale de l'Asie et du Pacifique
Established 1 Apr 1962, as Asian-Oceanic Postal Union (AOPU) -- Union postale de l'Asie et de l'Océanie (UPAO), on ratification of T-XT6101 - Asian-Oceanic Postal Convention, drawn up at Manila (Philippines) Postal Conference, 10-23 Jan 1961. Convention revised: 1965; 1970; 1975; 1981, 1985. Last revision: 26 Nov - 6 Dec 1990, Rotorua (New Zealand). Convention concluded and present name adopted, Mar 1981, Yogyakarta (Indonesia). A Restricted Union of B-XB3408 - Universal Postal Union (UPU).
Extend, facilitate and improve postal relations among member countries; promote cooperation in the field of postal services.
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Congress (not more than 2 years after each Universal Postal Congress); Executive Council; F-XF3763 - Asian-Pacific Postal College (APPC), administered by Governing Board; Bureau, headed by Secretary General.
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