Levan Davitashvili Congratulated Post Workers on International World Post Day

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Wednesday, 19 October 2022 16:50

Vice Prime Minister, Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Levan Davitashvili congratulated the representatives of the postal sector of Georgia on the Professional Day - World Post Day.

“Every year on October 9, the international community celebrates the World Post Day, which once again reminds us of the role of the postal sector in the daily lives of people and businesses. At the same time, it is important in terms of raising awareness about the contribution of mail to the social and economic development of countries.

I want to thank each of you for your work – the postal sector is one of the largest employers in the country, and most importantly, it is associated with quality services and services, which, of course, is available due to your contribution.

The theme of this year’s World Post Day is "Post for the Planet", which emphasizes the role of the postal sector as a global player in the delivery of goods and essential services in the face of global warming and climate change, as Post is best positioned to be one of the pioneers in the entire global supply chain for its partners and Introduce new approaches to ameliorate the effects of climate change.

Postal sector globally employs millions of people working in more than 600 000 offices in over two hundred countries. Hundreds of billions of mails circulate each year. There is no doubt that the postal sector and its partners have a responsibility to take action to reduce carbon emissions.

We express our hope that the employees of the postal sector, with joint efforts, will continue to ensure the innovative development and improvement of postal services at a high rate, thus making an invaluable contribution to the healthy development of the world climate.

I wish you success in your personal life and professional activities,” – is said in the congratulation address.

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