PostEurop

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The issue Visit Russia was named the winner of the 2012 PostEurop EUROPA Jury Prize Competition[1]
Formation1993
Membership
52 countries
Websitewww.posteurop.org

PostEurop actively represents European public postal operators since 1993. It unites its members and promotes greater cooperation, sustainable growth and continuous innovation for the postal industry.

PostEurop has 52 members in 49 countries and territories across wider-Europe. Together they operate 175,000 retail counters, employ 2 million people and link 800 million people daily.

PostEurop is an officially recognised Restricted Union of the Universal Postal Union (UPU). PostEurop's headquarters are in Brussels, Belgium.

Since 1993 PostEurop has co-ordinated the annual issue of Europa postage stamps, previously a CEPT function.

Members[edit]

Country Postal organisation Year
 Åland Islands Posten Åland 2013
 Albania Posta Shqiptare 1993
 Armenia HayPost 2007
 Austria Österreichische Post 1993
 Belarus Belpochta 2008
 Belgium Bpost 1993
 Bosnia and Herzegovina BH Pošta 1996
Hrvatska pošta Mostar 2008
Pošte Srpske 2008
 Bulgaria Bulgarian Posts 1993
 Croatia Hrvatska pošta 1993
 Cyprus Cyprus Post 1993
 Czech Republic Česká pošta 1993
 Denmark PostNord Danmark 1993
 Estonia Omniva 1994
 Finland Posti Group 1993
 France La Poste 1993
 Germany Deutsche Post 1993
 Great Britain Royal Mail 1993
 Greece Hellenic Post-ELTA 1993
 Georgia Georgian Post 2012
 Guernsey Guernsey Post 1995
 Hungary Magyar Posta 1993
 Iceland Íslandspóstur 1993
 Ireland An Post 1993
 Isle of Man Isle of Man Post Office 1995
 Italy Poste italiane 1993
 Jersey Jersey Post 1995
 Kazakhstan Kazpost 2010
 Latvia Latvijas Pasts 1993
 Liechtenstein Liechtensteinische Post 1993
 Lithuania Lietuvos paštas 1993
 Luxembourg P&T Luxembourg 1993
 North Macedonia Makedonska Posta 1996
 Malta MaltaPost 1993
 Moldova Posta Moldovei 1996
 Monaco La Poste Monaco 1994
 Montenegro Pošta Crne Gore 2008
 Netherlands PostNL 1993
 Norway Posten Norge 1993
 Poland Poczta Polska 1993
 Portugal CTT Correios de Portugal 1993
 Romania Posta Romana 1993
 Russia Russian Post 1994
 San Marino Poste sammarinesi 1994
 Serbia Pošta Srbije 2003
 Slovakia Slovenská pošta 1993
 Slovenia Pošta Slovenije 1993
 Spain Correos y Telégrafos 1993
 Sweden PostNord Sverige 1993
  Switzerland Swiss Post 1993
 Turkey Turkish PTT 1993
 Ukraine Ukrposhta 1994
  Vatican City Poste Vaticane 2012

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Home". posteurop.org.

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