Upu Framework Agreement
The new agreement provides for a multilateral framework to facilitate the exchange of funds between postal operators, including electronically. Bishar A. Hussein, Director General of the UPU, signed the agreement with the Moroccan Minister of Industry, Investment, Trade and the Digital Economy, Hon. Hafid Elalamy. The Universal Postal Union has signed an agreement with the Kingdom of Morocco to facilitate an easy export pilot project for the country. The project aims to create a platform for local companies to market and sell their products abroad via a consolidated export platform. “The signing of this framework will facilitate the launch of activities that are expected to be completed in a year`s time. This pilot project will be essential for the introduction of easy export to other countries and regions of the world,” said Bishar A. Hussein, Director General of the UPU, at the signing of the framework agreement with the Moroccan Minister of Industry, Investment, Trade and the Digital Economy, Hon. Moulay Hafid Elalamy. As part of the TrainPOST distance learning program, based on a simpler and more user-friendly training approach, the Universal Postal Union (UPU) offers participating trainees the postal transport course. This course consists of nine modules.
At the end of this module, trainees can explain how to use edi data to improve transportation, including the following tools. Postal payments, a term used to define four types of exchange (cash, cash, cash and account) play an important social role because they are more accessible and are offered to the general public without discrimination. After all, many people, including many migrants, do not have access to banking services. This gap is being filled by the global postal network, which has more than 660,000 post offices, mostly in rural or remote areas. The Minister is committed to supporting the government in the successful implementation of the project. He thanked the UPU for choosing Morocco to predict the project. As a result, the current international treaty will be significantly improved. The document clearly defines, among other things, up-and-coming postal payment services, taking into account the principles of technological neutrality (which enables network and system connectivity), data privacy, anti-money laundering, security of processing and transmission of payment orders, consumer protection and reliability of payments between operators. .
Around the world, the rise of digital and mobile is disrupting the very essence of the postal industry.