International shipping and mailing services will cost higher as of September, according to the Postal Agency in a press release.
Postal service companies will be charging more for delivering letters, postcards, printed materials and small packages worldwide, the release said, citing higher costs as a reason.
For the standardized letter, the postal service will cost MKD 42, and the same for the postal card. For non-standardized letters up to 20 grams in neighboring countries and European countries, which are in the second zone, MKD 42 will be paid, and for the rest of the European countries, which are in the third zone, as well as for Australia, New Zealand and other countries MKD 45. For registered letters, MKD 139 will be charged as an additional price that will be added to the price for the basic service.