Azerbaijan’s lost and found service receives 29 lost documents
Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 2
By Huseyn Valiyev – Trend:
On Oct. 31, Azerbaijan’s Tamiz Shahar OJSC delivered 29 lost documents to the Pochtap lost and found service of Azerbaijan’s postal operator Azerpost LLC, a source in the Pochtap service told Trend Nov. 2.
More than half of the lost documents accounted for ID cards, according to the source.
Driver’s licenses, birth certificates, military ID cards, certificates of education, temporary residence cards, medical examination certificates and diplomas of vocational school were among the lost documents.
The Pochtap lost and found service ensures prompt delivery of lost documents via Azerexpresspost mail service throughout the country, including also Azerbaijan’s Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic.
The Pochtap service, being implemented jointly with Baku’s Main Police Department, Baku Metro CJSC, Tamiz Shahar OJSC and BakuBus LLC, was launched by the country’s postal operator in February 2017.
Lost documents can be stored in the Pochtap system within 30 days and following this period those documents must be sent to the relevant organizations.
The lost documents can be searched through www.pochtap.az by entering the type and number of the document, as well as name, surname, contact number, etc.
Information about the lost documents is entered by Azerpost into the database of lost documents. If the document is found, the document owner will be notified where to come to take the document. The cost of the service is 1.8 manats. (1.7003 manats = 1 USD on Nov. 2)