With the closing of this year's 'Two Sessions', special service work by China Post Beijing was successfully concluded on March 15.
The Fifth Session of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and the Fifth Session of the 12th National People's Congress (NPC) opened on March 3 and March 5 respectively at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.
Cadres and workers of China Post Beijing ensured the precise delivery of NPC and CPPCC mail and the adequate supply of postal products through their high sense of political responsibility and high standards of service quality, meeting the demands of NPC deputies and CPPCC members, receiving recognition and praise from all walks of life as well as 122 commendation letters from Two Sessions participants.
NPC Deputy and Fujian Governor Yu Weiguo thanked the resident service group at China Post Fuchengmen for its high-ranking services. “We will bring the service ideal back to Fujian, struggling for better development results,” Yu said.
CPPCC member and Editor-in-Chief of the PLA Daily Huang Guozhu highly commended the resident service team at China Post Yongding Road. “Postal workers’ sincere and enthusiastic service made a good impression on me,” he said. The PLA Daily is a media outlet for the People's Liberation Army (PLA) of the People's Republic of China.
The General Service Group at the Secretary Department for the Fifth Session of the 12th National People's Congress also sent a letter to China Post Beijing. “Postal workers helped deployment of the Secretary Department and played an important role in the success of the conference with a high sense of political responsibility and working enthusiasm, winning extensive compliments from the public,” said the letter.
According to statistics, China Post Beijing delivered a total of 1.981 million Two Sessions newspapers and periodicals, 98,000 pieces of other mail, and received and sent 160,000 copies of mail. They made security checks of 28,300 local mail items, 693,200 overseas pieces and 89,600 Two Sessions resident mail items.