Israel - 14-May
Israel’s post advises that operations are back to normal. This follows disruptions earlier in the month in the country’s southern region.
Afghanistan - 14-May
Afghan Post is working to restart operations following a terrorist attack on its headquarters on April 13. Services impacted include customs and international outbound mail and the technical systems that support it.
Jamaica - 10-Apr
Due to capacity challenges arising from the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft, Jamaica Post has been experiencing airlift challenges. Several mail dispatches are having to be rerouted to alternative air carriers, and in some cases have not been airlifted at all.
Zimbabwe - 15-Mar
Cyclone Idai caused serious damage to bridges and the road network in Manicaland. Postal collection and delivery has been affected in Chimanimani, Chipinge, Biriiri, Birchenough, Nyanga, Nyazura, and Rusitu areas.
Canada - 23-Apr
Parts of Ontario, Quebec, and New Brunswick are experiencing floods that have temporarily delayed or suspended mail and parcel delivery service.
European Services - 11-Apr
After a brief suspension, French Customs officials have today resumed the extended security checks and strike action at Calais Port and Euro Tunnel, resulting in extended waiting periods. Delays of 24-48 hours can be expected.
Countries affected: France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Luxembourg, Poland, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.
Philippines - 22-Apr
Following a magnitude 6.1 earthquake in Castillejos, Zambales on 22 April 2019, the Philippine Post has advised that all postal operations have been suspended in Metro Manila and Pampanga provinces.
25-Apr 2019: The U.S. Postal Service has restored mail service to Guatemala. This ends a temporary suspension of most mail services to the country that had been in effect.
5-Mar 2019: Guatemalan Post has advised they are resuming acceptance and processing of inbound letters and packages.
20-Feb 2018: Correos y Telégrafos is in its final phase to hire additional staff to help clear an ongoing backlog. As a result, international letter-post, parcel-post and EMS services (inbound/outbound) will continue to be disrupted for at least another 4 months. Correos y Telégrafos has asked the designated operators of other countries to hold back any mail destined for Guatemala until further notice.
11-Apr 2017: The USPS has temporarily suspended mail services to Guatemala until further notice. This will impact the following USPS services; PMEI, PMI, FCMI, FCPIS, IPA, and ISAL. For already deposited items, USPS will endorse them “Mail Service Suspended – Return to Sender” and then place them in the mail stream for return.
2-Nov 2017: Due to political developments in northern Iraq, the government has issued an embargo on flights into the region. It is expected that no deliveries will be possible until the situation is resolved.
6-Jun 2017: According to reports, in accordance with the declaration issued by the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are cutting ties with Qatar, the provision of postal services with that member country has, until further notice, been suspended.
Due to civil unrest in Libya, all mail services have been suspended until further notice.
Due to the current exceptional transportation circumstances in the Syrian Arab Republic, all mail and parcel deliveries have been suspended until further notice.
Due to current situations in the Yemen region, all mail services have been suspended until further notice.
The Ukrainian post office, Ukrposhta, has suspended all mail services to Crimea (postcodes 95000-98999), Sevastopol (postcodes 99000-99999), Donetsk and Luhansk Oblast regions until further notice.
Due to the unstable general safety in Somalia, there are no mail services available.