On November 18, more than 2 thousand parcels were sent from Kyiv to Kherson. These are the parcels that could not be delivered due to the full-scale invasion and occupation of the city. The parcels were delivered by a special postal car as part of the Kyiv-Kherson train as part of the joint project with Ukrzaliznytsia called "Iron Mail".
Ukrposhta has also sent wartime stamps, envelopes, postcards and periodicals to Kherson, both subscription and retail. All of these items, as well as food and essential goods, can be purchased at 6 Ukrposhta offices in Kherson that resumed operations this week:
- 73002, 151 Perekopskaya str;
- 73003, 41 Ushakova Ave;
- 73008, 64 Chornomorskaya str;
- 73020, 11 Lavrenova str;
- 73021, 4 Shengeliya str;
- 73039, 200th anniversary of Kherson Avenue, 43.
It will be possible to send new parcels from or to Kherson starting November 21. In addition to sending parcels to their loved ones, Ukrposhta will also be able to deliver orders from leading marketplaces and online stores so that Kherson residents can order the things they need. Ukrposhta delivery is also available in most pharmacy chains - just order the necessary medicines online and Ukrposhta will deliver them to the nearest working branch.
In total, Ukrposhta provides services in 73 settlements of Kherson region.