Ukrposhta together with partners offers free home delivery


Ukrposhta continues to negotiate with the world's Posts to provide preferential terms for deliveries to Ukraine during the war.

In response to Ukrposhta's appeal to support Ukraine and Ukrainians already 14 national postal operators of other countries have announced free delivery of items to Ukraine. This refers to delivery from abroad to specific recipients in Ukraine with the recipient, address, zip code, and contact phone number. These items Ukrposhta, as a national postal operator, will deliver them for free to its post offices in Ukraine, where the recipients can pick them up. You can send clothes, household goods, groceries in original packaging up to 10 kg, a small amount of over-the-counter medications. Alcohol and military goods are prohibited.

"Since the beginning of the war, the Posts of the world have been providing Ukraine with humanitarian aid, which they collect from their branches and deliver to Ukraine at their own expense. This is a non-addressed aid, which we, together with volunteers, distribute to residents of war-stricken towns and social institutions, and displaced people. At the same time, we understand that there is a strong Ukrainian diaspora in the world - each of us has friends, relatives, or acquaintances abroad who would like to support us and send us food or items during this difficult time for Ukraine. So we asked the Posts of the World to make special arrangements for deliveries to Ukraine during the war. So if your relatives or friends from other countries would like to send a parcel to Ukraine, now you can do it for free from 13 countries", - said Igor Smelyansky, Director General of Ukrposhta.

Österreichische Post AG (Austrian Post) sends parcels up to 30 kg to Ukraine for free from its post offices, as well as from the post offices of its partners.

Omniva (Estonian Post) also delivers parcels weighing up to 30 kg to Ukraine for free from all post offices.

From Poczta Polska (Polish Post) which accepts EMS shipments, you can send humanitarian aid to your relatives in Ukraine for free by selecting up to 20 kg of EMS product.

An Post (Ireland Post) agreed to send letters, small packets, and parcels of up to 20 kg to Ukraine for free, it is possible to post the mailing in any of the post offices of An Post. Also, the Post of Ireland provides a range of free services for Ukrainians who emigrated in connection with the war, namely: free recharge of SIM card for three months, getting a secure virtual address (for those who do not have a postal address), receiving/sending money transfers Western Union without commissions, etc.

Czech Post (Česká Pošta) offers free sending of standard parcels up to 30 kg to Ukraine. You can send a parcel to any post office in the Czech Republic.

Slovenská pošta (Slovak Post) sends free of charge packages up to 5 kg to Ukraine. Parcels are accepted at all post offices of the Slovak Post.

Pošta Slovenije (Slovenian Post) delivers humanitarian aid parcels to Ukraine free of charge.

Georgian Post (Georgian Post) launched the option of free delivery to Ukraine from the first days of the war.

You can also send free parcels to Ukraine from Cyprus Post (Cyprus Post), Magyar Posta (Hungary Post), Guernsey Post, UK (Guernsey Post), Armenia Post, Royal Gibraltar Post (Gibraltar Post).

The list of countries from which you can arrange free delivery to Ukraine is available on the website. Please be noted that Ukrposhta provides acceptance of incoming shipments to Ukraine from more than 40 countries, namely Great Britain, Germany, France, Poland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Moldova, Sweden, Kazakhstan, Norway, Austria, Czech Republic, Belgium, Lithuania, Latvia, Slovakia, Estonia, Romania, Greece, Georgia, United Arab Emirates, and several other countries.