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Ukrposhta to release new “Kherson is Ukraine” postage stamp

Ukrposhta to release new “Kherson is Ukraine” postage stamp

Ukrposhta, Ukraine’s postal service, announced the release of its postage stamp “Kherson is Ukraine!”, the general director of Ukrposhta Ihor Smilyanskyy announced in his Telegram channel.

The main element of the brand will be a slice of watermelon, which depicts scenes that accompanied the temporary occupation of the city: peaceful rallies, buildings on fire. Watermelon seeds are depicted as rockets.

The stamp will be issued with a circulation of 150,000 copies. They promised to announce the start of sales in Ukrposhta later.

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