Post of Serbia - The Post of Serbia Day Celebrated


The Post of Serbia Day Celebrated

For the postal holiday, a new post office in Banjica and the exhibition in the PTT Museum on the last Serbian tatar Rista Prendić were opened.

Organized postal traffic in Serbia commenced on 7 June 1840, by opening of the first post office in Belgrade. The Public Enterprise Post of Serbia celebrated its holiday and 178 years of successful business by opening of another modern post office, as well as by a special ceremony at the PTT Museum, where the exhibition on the last Serbian tatar Rista Prendić - an important person in the history of the Post, but also in the history of Serbia, was opened.

At the business and residential complex 'Paunov breg', today Mira Petrović, acting CEO of the Post of Serbia opened another post office to be at the service of Belgraders. She emphasized that this public enterprise, besides realising good business results, it permanently follows the needs of its customers and invests effort into greater availability and better quality of services.

’On the Post holiday we open a new branch which is very nicely furnished and appropriate in every sense. We hope that we will have a lot of posts like this, where customers would feel comfortable, and the employees would have even better working conditions’, said Mira Petrović.

A new location, suitable both for classical and modern postal and payment services is on 2b JNA Boulevard and is open for customers from 8am to 7pm from Monday to Friday, and on Saturdays from 8am to 2pm. All the services are available at four counters, while the delivery is organized through 13 areas. This post office will be useful for more than 10,000 inhabitants of this part of Belgrade, as well as for 460 registered legal entities.

At the ceremony of the Post and postmen at the PTT Museum, the best employee of the postal operations was declared. The flattering title was awarded to Jasmina Stojanović, a counter employee of the post 18101 Niš, who emphasized that this award is a great honour for her and a crown of her work of long-standing, while expressing gratitude to all of her colleagues and managers.

Across Serbia, 1,414 jubilarians won plaquettes for the postal holiday, having previously been paid jubilee money awards for their full contribution to the results of the Enterprise.