Omniva, the Estonian state-owned postal company, said on Monday it continues to be impossible to send mail and parcels to Crimea and Sevastopol via Ukrainian Post because it cannot be guaranteed that the items will reach the party to which they have been sent in this region.
The postal company of Ukraine has sent similar instructions to all members of the Universal Postal Union (UPU). The UPU said Ukrainian Post would inform global postal operators about the resumption of deliveries "as soon as the situation changes."
The UPU passed on a ...
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