(ANSA) – ROME, APRIL 22 – The stamp with the now famous insult to Moskva was sold at a charity auction for 5 million Ukrainian hryvnias, or about 155 thousand euros. The Ukrainian post office, the Ukrposhta, announced it on Fb, underlining that the proceeds from the sale will go to the country’s army. On April 20, the CEO of Ukrposhta, Igor Smilyansky, announced that the stamp has been removed from the market after 700,000 copies have been sold, while another 100,000 will be destined for the company’s online store and the remaining pieces will be donated to official delegations. and museums.
“The story of Ukrainian heroism is unfolding before our eyes. And we want to tell it with stamps: in May we will present a new philatelic work as a continuation of the previous issue”, he announces in another post. (HANDLE).
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