Cuba stops postal service to US

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January 22, 2011 01:30

 
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Cuba stopped postal service to the United States on Friday following a dispute about US security procedures, AFP reported quoting Cuban officials.

Correos de Cuba, the national postal service, said the mail delivery freeze was "the result of new security measures imposed on the aviation authorities of the United States to all countries in the world."

The island state temporarily stopped mail service to the US from November 25 to December 8 for packages weighing more than 453 grams (16 ounces) due to US measures to prevent threats from mail bombs.

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