The Ukrainian Railways joint-stock company (Ukrzaliznytsia) and Poland’s state postal administration Poczta Polska have signed a memorandum, the implementation of which will make the sending of parcels between Ukraine and Poland cheaper, faster, and more convenient.
This was announced by the Ukrposhta postal agency’s General Director Ihor Smilyanskyi, the CFTS portal reports.
In particular, the parties agreed to draft and sign an agreement on mutual reduction of the tariffs for sending parcels by 15 September. Therefore, the cost of postage between the two countries is expected to reduce in the future.
"It will now be possible to send and receive parcels at all branches of Poczta Polska and Ukrposhta... We agreed to design the parcel processing processes in a way that ensures that delivery times are significantly reduced. We are already working with our counterparts at Ukrzaliznytsia and, with the help of the Ministry of Infrastructure, we plan to deliver some parcels by rail to avoid wasting time at the border," Smilyanskyi said.
According to him, no more than one month is expected to be spent on the implementation of the agreements.
In addition, the Ukrainian and Polish postal operators reached an agreement on joint issuance of postage stamps.