Royal Mail to re-establish post services to Iran

Royal Mail to re-establish post services to Iran

Hamid Baeidinejad,  Iranian Ambassador to the United Kingdom, said last week that Royal Mail has changed its decision to reject parcels to Iran and that it will soon re-start mail delivery to Iran according to Tehran Times.

 Baeidinejad said via Twitter that the Royal Mail Company has announced it will accept packages from the UK to send letters to destinations in Iran.

Earlier this month, Royal Mail confirmed suspending mail delivery services to recipient addresses in Iran, citing Washington’s sanctions against Tehran.



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