The “Mail of Moldova” explained that they are suspending the sending of all postal items (EMS, letters, parcels) to the Russian Federation for technical reasons, writes agency “Prime”.
The Moldovan department has resorted to such a temporary measure since Friday, May 13. The message on the website of the state-owned enterprise states that it is making efforts to resume the process of receiving and sending mail to the Russian Federation as soon as possible.
Previously “Post of Moldova” notified colleagues in the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR) about the inability to send international mail to Russia, both by air and by land.
The situation in the PMR escalated at the end of April. Several terrorist attacks took place in the unrecognized state, in particular, the building of the Ministry of State Security in Tiraspol was fired from a hand-held anti-tank grenade launcher. The PMR authorities recognized the level of danger as critical and set the “red” level of terrorist threat for 15 days. Checkpoints have been set up at the entrance to the cities of Pridnestrovie, mass events have been cancelled.