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Estonia issues stamp in honour of Finland’s NATO membership

Stamp in honour of Finland joining NATO (Source: ERR).

Omniva has issued a new stamp to celebrate Finland’s NATO membership. The stamp was unveiled during a presentation at the Finnish Embassy in Tallinn on 2 June. It was designed by the artist Jaan Saar and it has a print run of 25,000 stamps.

“Finland’s accession to NATO is a historic event and the stamp is our symbolic sign of support for the Finnish people to mark this very important moment,” said Omniva’s chair Mart Mägi.

Estonia’s Ambassador to Finland Sven Sakkov said that “Estonia and Finland have long been connected economically, culturally and through people-to-people relations. Now that we are both in NATO, the security of our two countries is also connected. In other words, the destinies of Estonia and Finland are now intertwined.”

Estonia has been one of the most vocal supporters of Finland’s NATO membership. Finland joined the alliance on 4 April, following Russia’s invasion in Ukraine in 2022.