AliExpress to resume shipping to Ukraine

AliExpress to resume shipping to Ukraine
 Ukrainians will be able to buy goods again from China via AliExpress. Shipping to Ukraine by Ukrposhta is available from June 15th.
Before the war, Ukrainian customers ordered more than 30 million parcels from AliExpress per year. The Chinese marketplace stopped shipping to Ukraine when the war started.
AliExpress will ship to the following 14 regions: Vinnytsia, Zhytomyr, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kyiv, Kirovohrad, Lviv, Poltava, Rivne, Sumy, Ternopil, Khmelnytskyi, Cherkasy, Chernihiv and Chernivtsi Regions. Shipping to other regions will be gradually added.

All orders delivered by Ukrposhta can be tracked. This means that even items with Cainiao Super Economy shipping type (free shipping) can be tracked in the AliExpress Account, AliExpress app and on the Ukrposhta website. Ukrposhta also serves such delivery channels from AliExpress as Cainiao Super Economy, AliExpress Saver Shipping, AliExpress Standard and others.

AliExpress orders will be shipped from China by charter flights in transit via Latvia Post, and then delivered to Ukraine.

AliExpress is an international e-commerce platform, part of the Alibaba Group. AliExpress directly connects entrepreneurs from Europe, Turkey and China with customers around the world. In 2020, Ukraine was among the TOP 10 countries in terms of the Gross Merchandise Value through AliExpress. In 2019, Ukraine became the second fastest growing market in terms of the quantity of goods ordered.

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