O‘zbekiston Pochtasi (Uzbekistan Post)
Uzbekistan Post, also known as O‘zbekiston Pochtasii, is Uzbekistan's national postal service provider. It was founded in 1991 after the Soviet Union's dissolution and transitioned into an open joint-stock company structure in 2014. Uzbekistan Post joined the Universal Postal Union (UPU) under the same name on February 24, 1994. The UPU is an international organization that promotes cooperation and sets standards for global postal services, allowing member countries to exchange mail.
As the official postal operator in Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan Post provides a wide range of postal services to individuals and businesses. These include domestic and international mail delivery, parcel services, money transfers, and other postal services. Uzbekistan Post is essential in facilitating communication and trade within Uzbekistan and connecting the country to the global postal network through its UPU membership. The company continuously adapts and expands its services to meet customer needs and contribute to the development of the postal industry in Uzbekistan.