Serbia’s post advises that a state of emergency in the country has been lifted and sorting and delivery of inbound international postal items has resumed as normal. However, due to lack of transport routes and restrictions in air traffic, outbound postal traffic has not yet been established with all countries.


Serbia’s post advises that it is no longer able to dispatch postal items to the majority of destinations due to the difficult air transport situation. Therefore, it is temporarily suspending the dispatching of all types of postal items to 186 international destinations. Currently, the post is still dispatching letters and parcels to a number of countries including the United States from which it is also able to receive letters, parcels and express mail service items. These changes affect domestic and international quality of service and Serbia’s post cannot guarantee service delivery standards during the current state of force majeure.