Nova Poshta resumes operations throughout Kiev

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Ukrainian delivery and postal operator Nova Poshta has resumed courier delivery and pick-up services throughout the Kyiv region.

Residents of Bucha, Irpen, Stoyanka, Gostomel, Makarov and Makariv districts can once again use the post’s pick-up and delivery services for online purchases. The courier call service can be arranged from 10:00am to 4:00pm daily, with express delivery available daily, seven days a week.

The post said that its employees will observe the rules of delivery by courier in wartime, meaning that courier delivery will not operate during curfew; couriers will stop and enter a safe haven when an air siren is sounded; and that delivery times may be shifted by a day or two depending on the security situation in the region.

Currently Nova Poshta operates 4,300 branches and 7,600 post offices, with courier delivery available in 6,200 settlements across Ukraine.

On Friday (15 Apr), Nova Poshta reported that missiles had struck its sorting center in Nikolaev. No employees were killed in the attack.

Oleksandr Bulba, CEO of Nova Poshta, said, “We will provide our colleagues with all the necessary medicines and support for medical care, which is currently needed for rehabilitation. In addition, for the period while they will be treated, the company will pay them and their families financial assistance. Our employees are our strength and our heroes. We rely on you and you can always count on Nova Poshta. We will rebuild everything; the main thing is to believe in victory and the Armed Forces of Ukraine.”

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