posted on 16/08/2012: 962 views
Emirates Post, in association with Arab postal administrations, has issued a set of commemorative stamps in one denomination (225 Fils) to mark Arab Postal Day which is observed every year on 3 August to highlight the role played by the post in community development and celebrate the stages of postal development.
"Arab Postal Day celebrates the dramatic growth of posts in the Arab world and highlights the roles played by postal corporations in the region in the development of social communications down the ages," said Mr. Ibrahim Bin Karam, Chief Commercial Officer, Emirates Post Group. "We are delighted to salute the achievements of Arab postal corporations through these special stamps." Arab Postal Day highlights the importance of communication and information technologies in the Arab world, and seeks to identify opportunities for boosting cooperation in the postal field in Arab countries.
Emirates Post seeks to document local and global achievements and important occasions and events through commemorative stamps, as postage stamps are a channel of cross-cultural communication, reaching different countries and peoples across the globe. - Emirates News Agency, WAM
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