Ordinary Postal Items

Unregistered and untraceable items delivered to the addressee’s mailbox.

 

Letter mail with documents

A letter is a type of postal item that allows you to mail different types of correspondence in an envelope.

Ordinary letters are accepted for mailing domestically and abroad.
 

  • Pay for postage by sticking on postage stamps
  • Prepare in accordance with the Rules on Consigning Postal Items
  • Mail the item by dropping it into a letter box or submit it at any post office

Letter mail with small matters

You can send a letter mail containing small items.

Ordinary letters are accepted for mailing domestically and abroad.
 

  • Prepare in accordance with the Rules on Consigning Postal Items
  • Pay for the item and mail it at any post office

Type of Postal Item

 Examples

Dimensions

Maximum Weight

Letter

Personal correspondence, a bill, a notice, small items

Minimum: 9x14 cm.

Maximum: the sum of the length, width and depth up to 90 cm, neither one of which may exceed 60 cm.

 

For rolls

Maximum: the sum of length and double diameter up to 104 cm, neither one of which may exceed 90 cm.

2 kg

Letter mail

The fee for mailing a postal item depends on the type of item you have chosen, the item’s weight, and destination.

Ordinary domestic letter mail not fully paid for are delivered to the addressee, collecting from them the missing part of the payment, as well as an additional payment in accordance with the postal service rates.

Ordinary international letter mail not fully paid for are returned to the sender cancelling the postage stamps.

Calculate the postage fee using the Fee Calculator.

Central information line of postal offices