On December 24, 2013 it was announced by Lostisland Post that the national postal operator faced first in its history collapse, proving inability to deliver letters within reasonable timeframes.
As the reason which cased the crisis, the national operator states an unforeseen amount of correspondence before winter holidays, most importantly the outgoing letters of the Presidency, the number of which has tripled since winter 2012. As a result of the collapse, several dozens of letters due to be sent on December 12 still remain unposted.
This is the first time Lostisland Post proves itself unable to properly exercises the duties of a governmental operator; though letter jams are expected to be resolved before the New Year, measures are to be taken in order to prevent such incidents from happening in the future.
Lostisland Post and the Federal Government apologize for the inconvenience to everyone involved in recent problems with the post.