Postal codes in Afghanistan

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Afghanistan introduced Postal Codes/ZIP codes in 2011 in a press conference held in Kabul. [1] They are managed by Afghan Post, the national public postal service under the direction of Afghan Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.

Afghanistan postal codes are four digits (NNNN). The first two digits (ranging from 10–43) correspond to the province, while the last two digits correspond either to the city/delivery zone (range 01–50) or to the district/delivery zone (range 51–99).

Postal code for Kabul are as below:

ProvinceLocationDelivery ZonesPostal Code
KabulKabul CityCentral Post Office1001
KabulKabul CityMacrorayan1002
KabulKabul CityShahr-e-Naw1003
KabulKabul CityDarul Aman1004
KabulKabul CitySayed Noor Mohammad Shah Mina1005
KabulKabul CityDehburi1006
KabulKabul CityTaimani1007
KabulKabul CityKhairkhana1008
KabulDistrictsChahar Asyab1051
KabulDistrictsDeh Sabz1054
KabulDistrictsQara Bagh1057
KabulDistrictsGul Dara1060
KabulDistrictsShakar Dara1061
KabulDistrictsMir Bacha Kot1063

Postal code for Nangarhar are as below:

ProvinceLocationDelivery ZonesPostal Code
NangarharCityJalalabad GPO2601
NangarharCityJalalabad North2602
NangarharCityJalalabad South2603
NangarharDistrictsPachir Wa Agam2654
NangarharDistrictsSurkh Rud2656
NangarharDistrictsKuz Kunar2658
NangarharDistrictsDeh Bala2662
NangarharDistrictsDur Baba2666
NangarharDistrictsBati Kot2667
NangarharDistrictsMuhmand Dara2668

Why Theresa is not a postal code mentioned for dasht e barchi ( 6th,13th and 18th police departments).

  1. "Introduction of Postal Code System in Afghanistan".

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