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Friday, 2 December 2022

Arayik Harutyunyan participates in the stamp redemption ceremony dedicated to the "Junior Eurovision 2022"

Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister, Chairman of the Committee for the Preparation and Organization of the "Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022" Arayik Harutyunyan participated in the stamp redemption ceremony dedicated to the "Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022" at Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concert Complex.

Arayik Harutyunyan welcomed the attendees and noted that the state initiates the redemption of stamps during such events to emphasize the significance of that event. "The Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted in Armenia for the second time, and every time we want the next event to be better and more spectacular. In this sense, the redemption of the stamp also shows how much importance we assign to this event in the public life of the Republic of Armenia in 2022. I want the stamp to become one of our main gifts that we will give to our guests. With that, we will solve several issues, we will popularize the Republic of Armenia, we will show our guests how much importance we attach to this event," the Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister said.

The stamp with the face value of 400 AMD depicts the symbol of the "Junior Eurovision" song contest, a spinning top decorated with Armenian national patterns, a specific type for Armenian culture. The stamp also features the Eurovision slogan "Spin the Miracle" and the note "Junior Eurovision" in Armenian and English. The stamp was printed at the Cartor printing house in France in an edition of 15,000.




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