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16 agosto 2021

Postal operators in five African countries will distribute services to all their citizens

Abidjan, Aug 16th.- (BME:LLN) (EPA:ALLLN) (OTCQX:LLEIF) has signed contracts with the postal operators of five African countries to provide them exclusively with digital postal services and Registered electronic communications technology.

This weekend, in the framework of the 27th Congress of the Universal Postal Union, the national postal operators of Gambia, Ivory Coast, Djibouti, Guinea and Madagascar have immediately adhered to the framework agreement signed in July by, its partner in North Africa, eGate and the Pan-African Postal Union (PAPU) to distribute the Spanish company's patented technology in Africa under the name DigitalPost.Africa.

As part of this service, Lleidanet SaaS Middle East and Africa DMCC, will offer these new countries Digital Postal Services through Registered Electronic Communications, mainly Registered Emails, Registered SMS and Registered eStatements.

With the signing of these five new national postal operators, now serves the postal companies of 11 countries, including South Africa, Colombia and the United Arab Emirates.

Held in Abidjan, the capital of Ivory Coast, the Universal Postal Union Congress is being held from August 9 to 27, with the presence of 900 representatives from 190 countries.

The framework agreement with the Pan African Postal Union allows the 55 national postal operators of the African continent to offer services automatically to their millions of customers.

Within the framework of this meeting, the Secretary-General of the organization Younous Djibrinesand Bishar Hussein, Director General of the Universal Postal Union, met with So far, more than 60 countries have recognized's inventions in the fields of notification, contracting and Registered electronic signature with more than 205 patents.

The company is the only company in the world listed on BME Growth in Madrid, Euronext Growth in Paris and OTCQX Best Market in New York. In 2020, its shares appreciated by more than 900 per cent.