9 August 2023
Egypt Post, Jordan Post Ink MoU on Electronic Postal Payment

Egypt Post and Jordan Post have signed an agreement of cooperation in the field of electronic postal payment, as part of the ongoing collaboration between Egypt and Jordan.
The agreement is one of several agreements in areas that serve to enhance bilateral ties between the two countries. It was signed during the Joint Egyptian-Jordanian Higher Committee 31st Session, held at the Jordanian Prime Ministry headquarters in Amman.
The agreement is a testament to the brotherly relations between Egypt and Jordan, and it marks the culmination of the joint efforts of enhancing cooperation. Egypt Post and Jordan Post share future cooperation plans for serving citizens in the two countries.
Under the agreement, Egypt Post and Jordan Post will exchange remittances through the Worldwide Electronic Postal Payment Network (WEPPN) of the Universal Postal Union (UPU). This electronic remittance service is the fastest and cheapest way to send money internationally. Egyptian expatriates in Jordan will be able to make instant wire transfers at Jordan Post offices, and their families will receive the money through 4,300 post offices available nationwide, in addition to postal kiosks and mobile post offices in Egypt.
Egypt Post was established in 1865, and it is one of the longest-standing government organizations. It serves as a one-stop shop for delivering a wide variety of postal, financial, and governmental services. Thanks to its vast network of outlets, Egypt Post has become a favorite destination for receiving a wide variety of public services, including Digital Egypt services, civil status, traffic, National ID renewal, utility bill payment, pension disbursement, current accounts, money transfer, mail, parcels, and express shipping services, among others.
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