Presentation of the Georgian EUROPA 2021 stamp was held on Nov 8 , in Krtsanisi Forest Park, Tbilisi, Georgia.
The Georgian “EUROPA 2021” stamp, on theme "National Endangered Wildlife", has been in circulation since October, depicting an endangered pistachio tree, gazelle and bald eagle.
The presentation of the Georgian Post EUROPA 2021 stamp was held in Krtsanisi Forest Park, Tbilisi, Georgia. Within the event, 150 species of pistachio trees were planted. Worth mentioning that these endemic species are under protection of the red book. Also, the photo exhibition by National Geographic was conducted at the event.
The Presentation was organized by Georgian Post, supported by the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia, the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia and the Agency of Wildlife.
The event was attended by the Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Mr Guram Guramisvili, the Deputy Minister of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia Mr Iuri Nozadze, the General Director of the Georgian Post Mr Levan Chikvaidze and PostEurop Operations Manager Ms Maire Lodi
PostEurop OAC Green Initiative has been promoting planting of trees since 2014. Georgian Post representatives, attending different PostEurop activities, have been planting trees in Latvia, North-Makedonia, and Romania. Now we are proud to be on the map of countries where the PostEurop trees are growing!
Georgian EUROPA 2021 stamp will be spread throughout the Europe and globally. As a result, a large number of audiences will receive information about the unique representatives of Georgia’s flora