Every postal item, whether registered mail, valuable parcel or parcel, is assigned a specific identification number. It can be seen on the receipt which should be issued when you receive this mail. Knowing this number, try to find the parcel in the following way: go to the official website of the Russian post and go postal tracking: http://www.russianpost.ru/rp/servise/ru/home/postuslug/trackingpo.
Enter in the appropriate field ID number and click "Search". You will see a table that details what day and what time the letter or parcel received in a given grading when he left and where he went next. Also there will be listed all the post offices visited your parcel. These data will greatly facilitate search.
If your mail went to Ukraine or Belarus, you can use the following search services: Ukraine http://www.ukrposhta.com/www/upost.nsf/search_post?openpage for Belarus - http://search.belpost.by/. Enter in the specified fields of digits in the identification number with no spaces or other symbols and click "Search". To find the information you need is not difficult and abroad.
Remember that weekends and holidays post office is running in a slower mode, so if the day of receipt of your parcel came exactly to this time, mail may be delayed.
If the parcel is too long and you can't find it, write the application and take it to the main post office of your city. The reason for the delay can be incorrectly filled data in the administration, the lack of a postcode or excess weight.