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The national postal operator of Ukraine Ukrposhta is running structural reforms and introducing new services and facilities, including administrative document flow, the Information-Analytical Bulletin of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine informs.
The 2013 was a significant year of restructuring for the postal service operator. Pursuant to the company's development strategy, Ukrposhta began providing services of the Ukrainian State Register (Ukrgosreestr) from Nov. 1, 2013 in 2,000 offices out of 13,263 offices. The basic list of administrative services at the initial stage of the project in 2013 includes provision of the state registration of legal entities and physical persons-entrepreneurs, apostil on official documents, the state registration of proprietary rights for real estate and state registration of the printed media and news agencies.
Ukrgosreestr and Ukrpochta intend to provide the entire range of administrative services. For this, about 20,000 of Ukrposhta employees were trained and instructed in 2013.
Experts say about half of approximately 50,000 daily registrations across the country will use the Ukrposhta services in 2014. Yet, the cost of state registration will not change, and an applicant will only have to pay for postage at regular rates. The state registration deadlines for sending documents through post offices will extend to four days at maximum, and it's a preset deadline for sending/receiving post by Ukrposhta in the country today.