Spacemen, politicians, diplomats and scientists validate postage stamp

Photo: mtitc.government.bg

Deputy Minister of Transport, Information Technologies and Communication Dimitar Genovski, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation Anatolyi Makarov, cosmonaut from the International Space Station Oleg Skripochka, first Bulgarian spaceman Georgi Ivanov and Chair of the Bulgarian Astronaut Society Prof. Petar Getsov have validated a postage stamp subjected ’60 Years Bulgarian Astronaut Society’. In the words of Deputy Minister Genovski the Space and Aviation related stamps are among the most wanted ones, since this country has been part of the cosmic family for a long time. The postmark is devoted to those people who contributed to Bulgaria’s becoming the 6th space country of the world.


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