Written by Staff Writer
15 May, 2020 | 12:43 pm
The Department of Posts has decided to resume its service to deliver mail and goods to selected countries by air and sea from the 18th of May.
Post-Master General Ranjith Ariyaratne said the services will be in operation to Melbourne and Hong Kong on 20th & 27th May, Beijing on 20th & 23rd May, Heathrow, United Kingdom & Japan on 19th & 26th May, Singapore on 20th & 30th May, Qatar on 23rd & 30th May, Germany on 18th, 25th & 29th May and Mumbai, India on 18th & 25th May.
Postal packages will only be directed to the expected country, after confirmation that post circulation within the country is functional, said the Postmaster General.
The Department of Posts has also made a decision to commence postal services via sea.
Postal services via sea will only be operational for the UK, USA, Australia, Japan, France, Singapore, India, Maldives, South Africa, Greece, Canada, Hong Kong and Dubai and the service is available at all post offices island wide, Postmaster General further added.
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