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Poltava region announced a competition for a sketch of the postage stamp “Gadyatske safari”

In the Poltava region, a competition was announced for the creation of a sketch of a postage stamp of the wartime “Gadyatske safari”.

This was reported in Telegram Head of the Poltava OVA Dmitry Lunin, Ukrinform reports.

“The Poltava region will have its own wartime postage stamp – Gadyatske Safari. Together with Oleksandr Bilenkiy (Chairman of the Poltava Regional Council – ed.) and the Poltava branch of Ukrposhta JSC, we are starting a competition for a sketch of the Gadyatske Safari postage stamp,” the report says.

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According to the head of the OVA, the contest entries should demonstrate the powerful role of the Poltava region in protecting the country and strengthening the independence of the state.

The collection of competitive works will last until August 7 inclusive, a sketch can be sent via the link. The best will be submitted to a popular vote, which will determine the winner.

“The postage stamp “Gadyatske Safari” for the Poltava region is being created under the project “Own Stamp”. We will present and solemnly cancel the postage stamp together with the author of the winning sketch,” Lunin said.

In addition to stamps, the region plans to issue postal envelopes and cards.

“Gadyatsky safari” called the actions of local resistance forces at the beginning of a full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, when the peasants of the Gadyachsky district of the Poltava region took away or destroyed more than a dozen Russian equipment – tanks, armored combat vehicles and even anti-aircraft missile systems.

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As reported, on February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Russian troops are shelling and destroying key infrastructure facilities, carrying out massive shelling of residential areas of Ukrainian cities and villages using artillery, multiple launch rocket systems, and ballistic missiles.

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