On the 18th, 19th and 20th of November 2017 most Latvijas Pasts post offices will be closed; only some post offices in the largest shopping centres will be open. On the day before the holiday, the 17th of November, the post offices will be working in accordance with the Friday schedule. Pensions and benefits will be paid on an earlier date.
Pensions and benefits to be received by customers at their place of residence on the 15th and 16th of November will be delivered and paid to them on the 15th of November; the 16th of November will be the payout day for those customers whose pensions and benefits are scheduled for the 17th and 18th of November, while pensions and benefits scheduled for the 19th and 20th of November will be paid on the 17th of November.
Newspapers and magazines will not come out on Monday, the 20th of November. Western Union money transfer services on this day will be provided in most of the post offices that will be open.
Detailed information on changes in the opening hours is also available in Latvijas Pasts post offices.
The opening hours of Latvijas Pasts post offices on the 18th, 19th and 20th of November can be seen here.
Latvijas Pasts sends its warmest greetings to all people of the country on the 99th anniversary of the Proclamation Day of the Republic of Latvia!
About SJSC Latvijas Pasts
Latvijas Pasts ensures the widest availability of postal services throughout Latvia by maintaining more than 600 post offices. The primary function of the company is provision of the universal postal service; Latvijas Pasts also provides commercial transport, express mail, payment, press subscription, retail and philatelic services. Latvijas Pasts is a wholly State-owned company with more than 4,200 employees. The quality measurements of Latvijas Pasts domestic mail deliveries are regularly conducted by Kantar TNS, one of the leading market, social and media research agencies in Latvia. In turn, the quality measurements of the cross-border deliveries are provided within the framework of the International Post Corporation through the intermediary of the research companies Kantar TNS, Ipsos and Quotas.