Russian Post (Russian: Почта России, Pochta Rossii), is a unitary enterprise which is the national postal operator of Russia. The company is responsible for the delivery of mail in Russia, and the issuing of postage stamps. Russian Post employs about 390,000 people and has over 42,000 post offices, with its headquarters in Moscow. In 2012 the Russian Post delivered more than 2.4 billion pieces of mail and accounted for more than 54 million parcels and more than 100 million in remittances. On March 2013 a presidential decree signed by President Vladimir Putin included the Russian Post in a list of so-called strategic enterprises.
Russian Post has partnered with Leto-Bank in offering banking services at post offices across Russia.
Postal services in annexed Crimea are handled by a separate company, Post of Crimea.