The state-owned company ‘Ukrposhta’ (Ukrainian postal service) announced the resumption of deliveries to the western regions of the country, which have suffered from floods in recent days. The press service of the company reports.
"As of the morning of June 26, all intra-regional routes with Ukrposhta departures were on the flight, and therefore, correspondence will be delivered to the recipients in the settlements of Ivano-Frankivsk, Zakarpattia and Chernivtsi regions," the message said.
Ukrposhta also added that 99.7% of the branches paid pensions and social assistance.
As we reported before, Ukrainian Postal Service (Ukrposhta) has resumed the international delivery of items via direct passenger flights.
"With the gradual resumption of regular flights, Ukrposhta has started delivering direct passenger flights of airlines. Lufthansa and KLM have become the first ones this week," the statement said.
Thus, Lufthansa will deliver Ukrposhta's shipments from Ukraine to Germany, and from there they will be sent to Europe, South America, South and Southeast Asia, the United States, China and Japan. KLM, in its turn, will deliver parcels of Ukrposhta to the Netherlands, and from there to South Africa, the UAE, New Zealand, Australia, Colombia, Peru, Panama and other countries.