Regulations of the activities

The main documents regulating the provision of postal service are the Postal Law and The Rules for the Provision of the Postal Service.

The postal activity in the Republic of Lithuania is regulated by the Government or by an institution, authorized by the Government and the Communications Regulatory Authority, according to the functions, established in the Postal Law.

Before the commencement of provision of the postal service, a person shall submit to the Communications Regulatory Authority a completed notification of the planned commencement of provision of the postal service, in the form established in The Rules for the Provision of the Postal Service.

The form of the notification of commencement of provision of the postal service can be found here (only in Lithuanian).

Postal service providers must periodically, at the end of each quarter and each year, submit to the Communications Regulatory reports on the provided postal service, in the form established in The Rules for the Provision of the Postal Service.

The form of the annual report on the provided postal service: .doc (only in Lithuanian).

The form of the quaterly report on the provided postal service: .doc (only in Lithuanian).

The reports of Communications Regulatory Authority on postal sector you can find here.

Updated on 2018-04-23