2022 Ukraine First Day Cover: "Putin, Welcome to Hell"

# MCV082 - 2022 Ukraine First Day Cover: "Putin, Welcome to Hell"

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Ukraine Holds Nothing Back with This Stamped Envelope First Day Cover

 

After months of fighting and months of patriotic postage stamps telling the Russians exactly where to stick it, Ukraine sent a new message in early October 2022.  This stamped envelope includes a cachet picturing the back of Putin’s head with the arm of a Ukrainian soldier pushing him forward.  Under the image are the words “Welcome to Hell” in Ukrainian.  When the stamped envelope was announced, general director of Ukrposhta, Ihor Smilianskyi said “I think this phrase can be used to describe what our enemies are feeling now.” 

 

With much of the free world backing Ukraine and President Volodymyr Zelenskyy applying for a fast-track NATO membership on September 30, 2022, the pressure on Russia to back down continued to mount.  All 30 NATO nations must approve Ukraine’s membership application, but with growing support across Central and Eastern Europe as well as other countries across the globe, who knows what could happen next?  (This information was last updated October 5, 2022)

 

We’ve all become eyewitnesses to history during the war between Ukraine and Russia.  Owning this stamped envelope is not only a great addition to your collection, but also a way to show solidarity with Ukraine in its fight against tyranny.

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Ukraine Holds Nothing Back with This Stamped Envelope First Day Cover

 

After months of fighting and months of patriotic postage stamps telling the Russians exactly where to stick it, Ukraine sent a new message in early October 2022.  This stamped envelope includes a cachet picturing the back of Putin’s head with the arm of a Ukrainian soldier pushing him forward.  Under the image are the words “Welcome to Hell” in Ukrainian.  When the stamped envelope was announced, general director of Ukrposhta, Ihor Smilianskyi said “I think this phrase can be used to describe what our enemies are feeling now.” 

 

With much of the free world backing Ukraine and President Volodymyr Zelenskyy applying for a fast-track NATO membership on September 30, 2022, the pressure on Russia to back down continued to mount.  All 30 NATO nations must approve Ukraine’s membership application, but with growing support across Central and Eastern Europe as well as other countries across the globe, who knows what could happen next?  (This information was last updated October 5, 2022)

 

We’ve all become eyewitnesses to history during the war between Ukraine and Russia.  Owning this stamped envelope is not only a great addition to your collection, but also a way to show solidarity with Ukraine in its fight against tyranny.