On Thursday, the U.S. Postal Service said it will cease all mail delivery services to Canada.
The decision comes after a series of attacks on the mail service by U.N. officials.
The postal service has been criticized for its lack of transparency and its slow pace of responding to major security incidents, such as the September attack on the U,S.
consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
In a statement on Thursday, FedEx said the move was necessary to “build a robust and resilient delivery network for the mail industry, while ensuring that all of our postal operations remain safe.”
The USPS said it also plans to work with local postal authorities to make sure delivery trucks are not used in violent situations.
In October, FedEx was accused of shipping a package containing weapons to the Turkish government, which the agency said was not allowed under the U.,S.
The delivery was intercepted by police and a man was arrested on terrorism charges.
In the months after that attack, FedEx stopped all mail services to and from Turkey.
The U.K.’s Mail Delivery Alliance also stopped mail delivery to Turkey in August, after the terror attack in Istanbul that killed more than 50 people.
It said it is now working with the postal service to establish an alternate delivery route to and through the country.
The Post Office is the second-largest mail carrier in the U