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(GRANMA) – Cuba and the United States agreed today to implement the postal mail exchange between both countries permanently and on direct flights, reports Prensa Latina.
The announcement of Cuba Post indicates that the decision was adopted after the implementation of the Pilot Plan for more than one year for direct exchange between the two nations, as announced in March 2016.
According to the Correos de Cuba Business Group and the United States Postal Service, the execution of the service in its current format began on April 16, 2018 and takes into account the technical, operational and security requirements identified by the parties during the execution of the Pilot Plan.
The restoration of this service allows postal deliveries on direct flights between Cuba and the United States of correspondence, postal parcels and express courier, through the post offices of both countries.
Through the website www.correos.cu of Correos de Cuba, interested people can obtain all the information they require about services, rates and regulations, notes the note of the Institutional Communication Department of the entity.
At the same time, you can track and track shipments with registration code, among other benefits, and includes the possibility of downloading and having said website on mobile devices with Android operating system.
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