Bpost resumes international parcel and letter service to 159 countries

From today (Friday 8 October) it will be possible to send to send letters and parcel to all 159 countries that were served by the Belgian post office Bpost’s international postal service prior to the onset of the coronavirus crisis. 

In mid-March Bpost suspended its postal services to destinations outside the EU due to the airlines having scrapped many of their flights as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Since May international postal services have gradually resumed. The final stage of the resumption of postal services to destinations outside the EU becomes effective from today.

From now on it will once again be possible to send letters and parcels to Algeria, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Mali, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, The Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Argentina, Colombia, Barbados and Jamaica. 

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