PE782: WAR UKRAINE - MACRON, SCHOLZ, DRAGHI, IOHANNIS, ZELENSKYY Kyiv 16-06-2022
PE782: Maxi FDC twinning UKRAINE (Kyiv) - FRANCE (European Parliament, Strasbourg)
“Support visit to Ukraine by the four European Heads of State Emmanuel MACRON (France), Olaf SCHOLZ (Germany), Mario DRAGHI (Italy) and Klaus IOHANNIS (Romania) - Meeting with President Volodymyr ZELENSKYY, Irpin / Kyiv 16.06 .2022“
- Postage UKRAINE prestige block 33.00 “Statue of Independence, Kyiv“ (Gold printing)
cancellation philatelic stamp "European Union - European Union / kyiv - Kyiv" 16.VI.2022
- Postage FRANCE €1.65 “French Presidency of the Council of the EU 2022“
postmark GF Strasbourg “European Parliament“ 16.06.2022
Collector's Edition of only 100 numbered copies. RARE
June 16, 2022: European Presidents Emmanuel Macron, Olaf Scholz, Mario Draghi and Klaus Iohannis travel to Kyiv for a “support visit” to Ukraine
The French President, the German Chancellor and the President of the Italian Council of Ministers left southern Poland by train, heading for kyiv to visit Volodymyr Zelenskyy. An unprecedented trip by the three leaders since the start of the Russian invasion in February, intended to express the support of their countries, European founding powers of the EU. They were then joined by Romanian head of state Klaus Iohannis to meet the Ukrainian president.
President Macron has affirmed his support for Ukraine's "immediate candidate status" for EU membership. New deliveries of heavy weapons have been confirmed.
Breaking news - June 23, 2022: the European Council of the 27 Heads of State of the EU, meeting in Brussels under the French presidency, grants Ukraine and Moldova the official status of "candidate for the European Union".
A UKRAINE - FRANCE philatelic envelope, designed by Historiaphil© (Philately Kiosk of the European Parliament, Strasbourg, France) commemorates the highlights of this historic visit. It was produced as a continuation of the collection of philatelic envelopes testifying since 1949 to the history of Europe and its institutions. Its edition is limited to 100 numbered copies.
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