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    ICT Minister Visits Haram Postal Services Center, Nabil Faraj School to Make Sure Pension Disbursement Runs Smoothly

    Cairo, 2 April 2020

    The Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat, accompanied by Egypt National Post Organization (ENPO) Acting Head Abdo Elwan, visited, today, Al Ahram Postal Services Center to make sure April pension disbursement is running smoothly according to the mechanism of the Ministry of Social Solidarity that provides for apportioning pensioners on different weekdays to avoid congestion during pension disbursement.

    This comes within the framework of the stateís comprehensive plan for facing Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).

    During the inspection visit, Talaat commended the efforts exerted by post employees to get work done, and underscored that rendering services smoothly to citizens is a top priority for the Egyptian government.

    The ICT Minister directed for exerting huge efforts to solve all problems facing citizens, and for getting ready for the second phase of pension disbursement, according to the mechanism of the Ministry of Social Solidarity, to reinforce the citizensí years-long trust in Egypt Post.

    Moreover, Talaat called on the employees to abide by the preventive measures that ENPO has taken to keep them and customers safe.

    The ICT Minister also visited Nabil Faraj Primary School, which has been dedicated to serve as an ENPO outlet for disbursing April pension. This is part of the efforts exerted to alleviate pressure on citizens, including coordinating with the Ministries of Education, Local Development and Youth and Sports, for dedicating 433 schools and 126 youth centers to serve as pension disbursement outlets, nationwide, beside post offices.

    In addition, a number of precautionary measures were taken to help pensioners and avoid congestion in post offices. This included increasing the number of post offices working evening shifts, from 1 to 3 pm, to 2,000 offices nationwide.

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