Kyrgyzstan joined the "Universal Postal Union," an international organization that brings together 191 countries from all over the world, in 1992. At the level of the existing interstate agreements, between the two nations' postal administrations. The Kyrgyz Republic's Ministry of Transport and Communications is a regulator, while the State Enterprise "Kyrgyzpochtasy" is the operator for postal services. The state postal service, which is represented by the State Enterprise "Kyrgyzpochtasy," plays an important role in the structure of the communications industry and infrastructure in the Kyrgyz Republic's region. It has the country's largest network of regional branches and post offices, with 922 locations, and is a self-supporting economic entity with the status of a single legal entity.

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