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Russian Post extends the availability of registered letters in electronic format
Using the Russian Post service of registered electronic letters, citizens can receive legally significant notifications instantly and regardless of a change of residence, pay state payments “in one click” directly from an email, and if they have an electronic signature, they can send registered letters to state authorities.
Since March 2020, the service of electronic registered letters has been functioning for recipients in 58 regions of the country, for senders of individuals - throughout Russia. So, today in an electronic registered letter you can receive official notifications from the traffic police in the Kamchatka Territory and the Jewish Autonomy, orders to initiate enforcement proceedings in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and the Sakhalin Region, as well as notifications from the administration of the city of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.
“The notification of the receipt of an electronic registered letter is accompanied by an SMS message or a letter to the recipient’s e-mail, which qualitatively changes the service for the delivery of legally significant correspondence,” said Natalya Chekovitova, Deputy Director of the Far East Macroregion of the Russian Post.
You do not need to go to the post office for registered email, it is stored in the user's personal account on the website zakaznoe.pochta.ru, which means that you can return to the document at any time by opening the website, the Russian Post mobile application or the State Service portal. Its delivery, like a paper letter, is tracked by track number.
The increase in delivered registered electronic letters is part of the strategy of the Russian Post to switch to digital media. At the beginning of 2020, 3,3 million registered users connected to the service, and the gradual abandonment of paper media annually saves more than 1500 trees.