Prime Minister Masrour Barzani highlights importance of modernizing postal services

Prime Minister Barzani also touched on the need to modernize the address system in the Kurdistan Region, urging relevant parties to address this issue promptly.
KRG PM Masrour Barzani. (Photo: Kurdistan 24)
KRG PM Masrour Barzani. (Photo: Kurdistan 24)

ERBIL (Kurdistan24) — In a landmark event today, Prime Minister Masrour Barzani inaugurated the Eagle Post company and center in Erbil, marking a significant step in the Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) efforts to modernize and enhance transportation services, particularly postal services.

The Prime Minister Barzani began addressing the attendees at the ceremony by emphasizing the collaborative nature of the project, involving both public and private sectors, and underscored its importance in the KRG’s broader agenda to improve and digitize services while reducing bureaucracy.

“This company and center will further connect the cities and regions of the Kurdistan Region with each other, as well as with other parts of Iraq and the world,” Prime Minister Barzani stated.

He highlighted that the new center is part of the government's plans to modernize services, facilitate trade, and promote e-commerce.

Prime Minister Barzani pointed out that modern postal and delivery services are crucial for citizens, offering various facilities to ease their daily lives.

He stressed that advanced postal services would alleviate the burden on both public and private sectors by reducing congestion and streamlining operations.

“The work of this company should be carried out in an advanced manner and system within the framework of international standards,” he said, emphasizing the need for the service to provide necessary facilities and become a turning point in postal and transportation sectors.

Prime Minister Barzani also touched on the need to modernize the address system in the Kurdistan Region, urging relevant parties to address this issue promptly.

Towards the end of his speech, Prime Minister Barzani extended his gratitude to the citizens, especially the salaried employees, for their resilience against efforts to undermine the Kurdistan Region’s status.

He reassured that the government has been actively working with the federal government to resolve budget and salary issues fundamentally.

“We hope that the full salary of the security forces for the month of April and the salaries of all our citizens for the month of May to be distributed soon before the holidays,” Prime Minister Barzani announced, expressing optimism that salary issues would no longer dominate media headlines.

Concluding his remarks, Prime Minister Barzani thanked the attendees and congratulated the citizens of the Kurdistan Region on this new achievement, signaling a promising future for the region’s postal and transportation services.