The Afghan Post signed contracts of cooperation with the Ministry of Higher Education and an airline company.
The acting Minister of Higher Education, Nida Mohammad Nadim, said that students across the country can send their education documents through the Afghan Post.
Nadim said that efforts are underway to provide further facilities for the students and instructors.
“We are also trying to bring facilities within our capacity not only for our employees, but for students and instructors,” Nadim said.
Head of the Afghan Post, Rahmatullah Makai said that the contract with Ariana Afghan Airline and MoHE will bring facilities for the citizens.
“They (students) can receive their diploma, scores chart easily and in a short time,” he said.
Meanwhile, speaking at the ceremony, acting General Director of Passport, Abdul Karim Haseeb, urged the Afghan Post to increase its working process abroad as well.
“I hope the Afghan Post, which is also active outside of the country, increases its activities to bring ease for Afghans in the process,” he said.
At the sideline of the ceremony, a postal museum was inaugurated.