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Magyar Posta to Close 35 Post Offices in Capital

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State-owned Magyar Posta on Friday announced a decision to shutter 35 post offices in the capital, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Magyar Posta said the low-traffic post offices will last open their doors on Friday, October 7.

After the closures, the number of post offices in the capital will stand at 112, still well over the 66 required by law, it added.

Magyar Posta pointed to the importance of taking action to save energy by state and private institutions, as well as households, as Europe faces an energy crisis.

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