New York: The Consulate General of the Dominican Republic in this city and the Directorate of the Dominican Postal Institute (INPOSDOM) announced the relaunch of an agreement allowing Dominicans residing in the US to send documents and parcels to their country.
After signing the updated agreement, Messrs. Eligio Jáquez, Consul General, and Erick Guzmán, director of INPOSDOM, assured that the deal would benefit Dominicans economically and time who make use of the services offered by the state postal institution from a Dominican Republic window at the consulate in New York.
The Consul General, Eligio Jáquez, pointed out that INPOSDOM’s services to the Dominican community in New York and neighboring states will cover all the security and operational logistics required today.
“From the same consular headquarters, without the need to travel to another place and at a competitive price through INPOSDOM, Dominicans will be able to send their family and friends any document and parcel they wish to send to the country,” said the consul, Eligio Jáquez.
“This agreement is a sign of the importance we give to the Dominican community abroad and its connection to our country. We are committed to continue improving our services so that shipments are faster, safer and more efficient”, said the director of the Dominican Postal Institute (INPOSDOM), Erick Guzmán.
The agreement between both official institutions was summarized after an official meeting between the Consul General, Eligio Jáquez, and the director of INPOSDOM, Erick Guzmán Núñez, at the consular headquarters.