Egypt Post issues a commemorative stamp with QR Code technology to document the Climate Summit

Egypt Post issues a commemorative postage stamp with QR Code technology to document the climate summit, which is of great interest at the local and international levels, within the framework of the post’s participation in the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change COP27 in the 27th session hosted by Egypt in Sharm El-Sheikh during the period from 6 to November 18, with official attendance and participation from 197 countries.

For his part, Dr. Sherif Farouk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Egypt Post, stressed that Egypt’s hosting of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change COP27, with the participation of world leaders and high-level officials at the United Nations, as well as thousands of activists concerned with the environment from all countries of the world, is an important international event that confirms Egypt’s interest in confronting Climate change and limiting its effects, and demonstrates the international community’s full confidence in Egypt’s ability to host this important conference in order to mobilize international efforts to deal with climate change and its effects, put forward initiatives in the conference sessions, and crystallize influential regional and international positions to come up with practical results that make the Sharm El-Sheikh conference a mark A milestone in the international community’s course of dealing with climate change, which has become a threat to all of humanity; Therefore, Egypt Post took the initiative to participate in this important event and document it by issuing a commemorative postage stamp bearing the event’s logo and address.

Dr. Sherif Farouk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Egypt Post, explained that the commemorative stamp that was issued is equipped with “QR Code” technology, which enables stamp enthusiasts and followers to obtain all information related to stamps and acquire the necessary knowledge about this occasion in an innovative and attractive way, in Arabic, English and French via Linking the stamp to the Egyptian stamp site, as part of the comprehensive development plan currently being witnessed by the Egyptian Post, which aims to implement digital transformation in all departments, sectors and services it provides.

Dr. Sherif Farouk indicated that Egypt Post will present during the conference sessions the Egyptian Post’s strategic plan towards preserving the environment and reducing carbon emissions resulting from postal operations through several immediate steps, including the use of electric powered cars to deliver postal parcels as an alternative to fuel-powered cars, to In addition to presenting the projects that have been implemented and working with green energy, such as the many post offices and administrative and archaeological buildings that have been opened, in addition to the services provided by Egypt Post, which comes within the Egyptian Post’s strategy to preserve the environment and reduce emissions, including the registered e-mail service “My Post”, which is considered The digital development of the registered mail service in its well-known concept; As it is a digital service that is easier and safer in terms of sending and receiving, it guarantees the protection of personal data and the speed of access between government agencies, state institutions, service institutions and citizens in a reliable and digital way for government documents and documents to ensure the preservation of the environment and the transition to a digital system based on data exchange.

Dr. Sherif Farouk added that Egypt Post, during its participation in the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change COP27, will present, through the postal pavilion at the conference, the services and technical solutions it provides by relying on modern technology, which contributes to reducing carbon emissions, such as the Waslha service and the Yalla Super App application. Egypt Post is also offering for the first time a “Virtual Tour” inside the Postal Museum for delegates participating in the conference, enabling them to conduct a virtual visit to the museum and view all its contents with a detailed explanation of all contents in English.

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