Bulgaria's national postal service is known as Bulgarian Posts (Bulgarian: ларски oи, romanized: Balgarski poshti). The business was founded in 1992. Despite the fact that it was converted to a joint-stock company in 1997, it is still wholly owned by the government.After the liberation of Bulgaria from Ottoman rule in 1879, the provisional Russian administration handed over all post and telegraph offices to the newly restored Bulgarian state, the Bulgarian Posts and Telecommunications company was founded as the Bulgarian Posts and Telegraphs. In the same year, it became a member of the General Postal Union.Following the Russian-Turkish War (1877-1879), the Temporary Russian Government transfers all postal and telegraph offices, as well as their equipment and facilities, to Bulgarian authorities. 1st of July, 1979. Bulgaria joins the Universal Postal Union (UPU). On October 9, 1880, official international contacts between Bulgarian posts began. 31st of March, 1997 Bulgarian Posts Ltd. is converted into a joint-stock company with a state-owned capital share of more than 50%. 2005. Bulgarian Posts PLC is a profitable company with a promising future and the country's primary postal operator.Bulgarian Posts reported 2,981 post offices and 4,814 mailboxes as of 2016.
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