Cyprus Mail

No mail to and from 22 countries

The Cyprus Post on Wednesday issued a list of 22 countries to which it will stop sending postal items due to the inability to find air carriers, effective immediately.

The countries are Argentina, Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Estonia, Croatia, Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Moldova, Norway, Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Finland.

The Cyprus Post continues to accept items to be sent to Egypt, Australia, Austria, Brazil, France, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, United Arab Emirates, USA, Japan, India, Ireland, Spain, Israel, Italy, Canada, Kenya, China, Kuwait, UK, Bahrain, South Africa, South Korea, The Netherlands, Oman, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Sweden, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Czech Republic, Philippines and Hong Kong.

“We remind our customers that the delivery of mail is not done under normal conditions. Therefore, the transport, handling, handling and delivery of items to the countries of destination is delayed,” the announcement said.

“We also inform you that efforts are being made to cater to other destinations which will be announced when mailing becomes possible.”

“The Quickpost international courier service is available to almost all countries in the world for urgent shipments of items.”

On Tuesday the Cyprus Post warned there would be delays in incoming and outgoing mail due to the reduction in flights as a result of coronavirus restrictions.

It said it would do its best to make every effort to process Christmas mail.

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