PE788PT: Label Stamp Holders European Parliament 2022 SAKHAROV PRIZE WAR UKRAINE
PE788PT : Set of 3 perforated and gummed MARIANNE Label Stamp Holders (Cinderellas)
"Plenary session of the European Parliament, Strasbourg (France) 12-15.12.2022 - Award Ceremony of the 2022 SAKHAROV PRIZE for Freedom of Thought to the BRAVE PEOPLE OF UKRAINE, represented by their President V. Zelenskyy, elected leaders and civil society"
Stamp holders produced for the Plenary Session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg (France) 12-15 December 2022
- 14.12.2022: Award ceremony of the 2022 Sakharov Prize to the Brave People of Ukraine and speech by President ZELENSKYY, live from Kyiv.
- Postage FRANCE TVP "Marianne l'Engagée" Ecopli 20g (grey), Lettre Verte 20g (green), Lettre prioritaire 20g (red)
Collector's Edition of only 100 sets (MINT**)
Design: HISTORIAPHIL© - Philately Kiosk of the European Parliament, Strasbourg.
(See also the historical philatelic envelope reference PE788)
The Ukrainian people to receive the 2022 Sakharov Prize
The brave Ukrainian people will be awarded the European Parliament’s 2022 Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought in a ceremony on Wednesday 14th December at noon.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is expected to address the plenary chamber remotely, with other representatives of the Ukrainian people gathered physically in Strasbourg.
President Roberta Metsola and several of the Ukrainian representatives will hold a press conference after the award ceremony.
The "Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought", named in honour of Soviet physicist and political dissident Andrei Sakharov, is awarded each year by the European Parliament. It was established in 1988 to honour individuals and organisations defending human rights and fundamental freedoms.
A philatelic envelope, designed by Historiaphil© (Philately Kiosk of the European Parliament, Strasbourg, France) commemorate the Sakharov Prize 2022. It was produced as a continuation of the collection of philatelic envelopes bearing witness since 1949 to the history of Europe and its institutions. Its edition is limited to 500 numbered copies.
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