New souvenir sheet with one stamp dedicated to the theme “World Congress on Information Technology in Yerevan”
On October 7th, 2019, a souvenir sheet with one stamp dedicated to the theme “World Congress on Information Technology in Yerevan” has been cancelled and put into circulation by “HayPost” CJSC in the premises of the Sport and Concert Complex after Karen Demirchyan within the frameworks of WCIT 2019.
The souvenir sheet with nominal value of 650 AMD is printed in “Cartor” printing house in France with the print-run of 12 000 pcs. The author of the souvenir sheet’s design is the chief designer of “HayPost” CJSC Vahagn Mkrtchyan.
The postage stamp of the souvenir sheet depicts the logo of the World Congress on Information Technology and the souvenir sheet depicts the Mount Ararat and a fragment of the Armenian landscape. The souvenir sheet also depicts the inscription “WORLD CONGRESS ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY” in Armenian and English languages.
The souvenir sheet was cancelled by the Minister of High-Technological Industry of the Republic of Armenia Hakob Arshakyan, the Chairman of World Congress on Information Technology (WITSA) Yvonne Chiu, the President of the Union of Advanced Technology Enterprises Aleksandr Yesayan, the Chief Executive Officer of “HayPost” CJSC Haik Avagyan.
The World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) is the largest and the most reputable international event among worldwide IT leaders. It brings together high-level officials from different countries, heads of multinational organizations, universities and scientific research centers, non-governmental organizations' representatives and many more.
The WCIT 2019 is held under the slogan “The Power of Decentralization”. The Congress is hosted by Armenia with the support and under the high patronage of the Government of the Republic of Armenia. The World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) was established by the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA).
Date of issue: October 07, 2019
Designer: Vahagn Mkrtchyan
Printing house: Cartor, France
Stamp size: 40,0 x 40,0 mm
S/sheet size: 70,0 x 70,0 mm
Print run: 12 000 pcs