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20th Caribbean Postal Union Conference
The 20th CPU Conference and the 4th Council of Ministers of Postal Affairs were convened at La Creole Beach Hotel, in Le Gosier, Guadeloupe from 19th -22nd and 23rd June, 2017 respectively.
Both meetings were held under the Theme: Renaissance of the Post
Sub Theme: Diversification through new Services
The Conference discussed inter alia the outcomes of the 26th UPU Congress, next steps, future projects with the UPU, trade facilitation through the Post, activities undertaken by member countries since the last Conference and UPU security standards.
Twenty-one (21) countries were represented at Conference, with five (5) observers in attendance.
Fifteen (15) countries were represented at Council.
Conference approved among others the following:
- CPU Draft Constitution
- International Financial Services
- Business Development
- Cooperation Agreement between CPU and the Government of Barbados for operation of the Caribbean Postal Training Centre (CPTC).
- Revised Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation between the Postal Union of the Americas, Spain and Portugal (PUASP).
A full report of the 20th CPU Conference and 4th Council of Ministers of Postal Affairs will be posted on the CPU website at a later date.
19th Caribbean Postal Union Conference
The 19th Caribbean Postal Union Conference was convened at the Caribbean Postal Training Centre in Bridgetown, Barbados from the 27th to 30th June 2016, followed by the 3rd Council of Ministers Meeting which took take place on 1st July 2016. The Theme for Conference and Council was ” The Future Post: Standardization towards keeping the post relevant”.
Eighteen countries were represented at Conference.
A Summary of 19th CPU Conference is attached here.
The full Report of the 19th CPU Conference will be posted on the CPU Website at a later date.
Appointment of Secretary General to the CPU
Mr. Allan Wayne B. Smith, Postmaster General of Bermuda was elected Secretary General of the Caribbean Postal Postal Union.
Newly Elected CPU Management Board
The following countries were represented by the Management Board:
Aruba – represented by Mr. Guillermo Raymond
Barbados – represented by Mrs. Margaret Ashby
France – represented by Mr. Benoit Georges
Grenada – represented by Dr. Raphael Stephen
Saint Lucia – represented by Mr. Josiah Charles
Trinidad & Tobago – represented by Mr. Reynold Baldeosingh
United Kingdom – represented by Mr. David Pilkington