Latvijas Pasts postal company on Monday resumed mail deliveries to Israel, as the company’s representatives told LETA.
Even though hostilities continue in Israel and the number of flights to Israel has been reduced, Latvijas Pasts, in cooperation with international logistics companies, has found a way to resume mail deliveries to Israel, the company said.
Once mail is delivered to Israel, it is further delivered to recipients by Israel Postal Company, which acts in accordance with national security recommendations.
As reported, Latvijas Pasts on average registers up to 2,000 parcels a month to Israel, apart from letters and small parcels.
The flow of mail deliveries from Latvia to Israel was suspended on October 12 due to disrupted flight traffic.
LETA also reported, the turnover of Latvijas Pasts last year was EUR 100.009 million, which is 5.1 percent less than in 2021, and the company made a profit of EUR 2.21 million, compared to a loss the year before.
Latvijas Pasts provides postal services throughout the territory of Latvia. The company’s core function is the provision of the universal postal service, in addition to commercial, express, payment, press, retail and philatelic services. Latvijas Pasts is a fully state-owned company.
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