The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation showed the delivery of letters and packages to military personnel.
The Ministry of Defense showed how military postmen deliver letters and packages to the areas where the units are deployed, which are on the front line.
“The servicemen receive letters and packages from their homes, from relatives and friends, public organizations and schools who wished to support them with gifts and words of support,” the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement.
Delivery of letters to the zone of a special military operation – at the postal courier service of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (FPS). Their cars are guarded daily at the front. All envelopes and packages will be delivered personally. Here they understand that sometimes there is nothing more important than the connection with the house. The fighters are ready to write in response at any opportunity, if there are a few free minutes between combat work, they take up the pens.
Exchange offices have been set up in all troop groups, where participants can write and leave their letters. Every day, the FPS servicemen deliver about a thousand envelopes to military units. This is a lot.
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The military department notes that the courier postal communication of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation is the only and only type of postal service that allows delivery of all types of postal items to personnel performing military service in the NVO zone.
“A word written by a loved one is also a weapon. Powerful and smooth. Everyone understands this. And there is nothing more valuable than the handwritten words of support from home – everyone in the places where combat missions are carried out knows this, ”the Russian Defense Ministry notes.
BY THE WAY
If citizens do not know the number of the military unit, they should contact the employees of the military police station at the place of residence, they will provide this data as soon as possible. To do this, you need to know the surname, first name, patronymic of the soldier, his date of birth, and also by which military registration and enlistment office he was called. You also need to have supporting documents with you. Information is provided to immediate family members (parents/guardians, spouses, and children). In addition to letters, you can also send packages. The most accurate information about what can be sent in a package should be clarified in the military registration and enlistment office.