Luanda – The Angolan government is working on the new framework of the postal code to respond, in the shortest possible time, to citizens with the capacity to develop electronic service, at a time when Covid-19 accelerates this technological need.

According to the Minister of Telecommunication, Information Technology and Media, Manuel Homem, who was speaking on the sidelines of the 27th Universal Postal Union (UPU) Congress, in Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire), Covid-19 shows the need to improve and perfect the technical conditions of this universal service, “of great impact for Angola.

For Manuel Homem, it is an “extremely important tool in e-commerce” and he believes that there are “particular challenges that have to do with modernising the postal services infrastructure itself, but also with improving the legislative environment so that the country can be better off.

Representing the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, at the event’s opening ceremony, the minister justified that the challenges of modernising the postal service gain another dynamic, with the advent of new technologies, which changes its character and the way it operates, making e-commerce a reality.




Source: Angola Press News Agency


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