Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies Ramin Guluzade to receive citizens in Saatly on February 23

The date of the reception of citizens  in  Saatly  city  (citizens  from  Saatly, Hajigabul, Sabirabad regions  and Shirvan city)  by  Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies  Ramin Guluzade, which had been previously scheduled  for February 16, 2018 in accordance with the schedule for the reception of citizens in cities and regions by heads of central executive authorities in February 2018, has been changed.  
Thus, the Minister will receive citizens in Saatly city on February 23, at 12:30. At the reception, complaints and suggestions from citizens related to the provision of transport, telecommunications (including Internet, TV and radio broadcasting) and postal services, service culture and issues of concern to the population in this area will be listened to.
Those wishing to make an appointment with the Minister are requested to contact via e-mail mincom@mincom.gov.az or call hotline number 1655 and (012) 598 38 18 (calls from regions are free of charge).
At the same time, in case of need, citizens wishing to come to the meeting will be provided with vehicles from relevant post offices or telephone exchanges. For this purpose, citizens are requested to call following telephone numbers:
In Saatly                       0212852123
In Shirvan                    021 2151515
In Hajigabul                021 2043101
In Sabirabad               0212355155

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