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DONETSK, October 19. /TASS/. The authorities of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic said on Sunday operation of postal services on the republic’s territory will be resumed.
“An agreement has been reached to resume operation post offices,” Dmitry Gromov, a Deputy Minister of Information and Communications of the DPR, said on Sunday.
Along with regular services, the postal offices will be entrusted to pay social allowances.
In the recent months, Ukraine’s postal service Ukrpochta stopped its operation in the Donetsk republic. People were unable to send or receive mail. Pensioners could not receive their allowances.