On November 10, a ceremony took place of cancellation of a postal block dedicated to the 150th Anniversary of the A.S. Popov Central Museum of Communications

The event was attended by Maksut Shadaev, the Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation; Alexander Khinshtein, a Deputy of the Russian State Duma and the Chairman of the Russian State Duma Committee on Information Policy, Information Technology and Communications; Maxim Akimov, the Director General of JSC Russian Post; Stanislav Kazarin, the Vice-Governor of St. Petersburg; and Alexander Belsky, the Chairman of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg.

The A.S. Popov Central Museum of Communications is one of the oldest science and technology museums in the world founded as a Telegraph Museum on September 11, 1872. It is thematically devoted to the history of the development of various types of communication, including post, telegraph, telephone, radio communication, radio broadcasting, television, space communication, and modern communication technologies. The museum stores the State Collection of valuable postal matter.

The postage stamp provides an image of the building of the Museum; the margins of the block feature the first civilian Luch-15 satellite, a postal troika, the first pair of postage stamps (put into postal circulation on January 1, 1858), and the device for detecting and registering electrical oscillations (A.S. Popov's first receiver of 1895). The Print Run is 23 thousand blocks.

On September 30, 2022, the postal block was put into postal circulation and went on sale in post offices throughout the country and the Collectioner show room chain.

Traditionally, issues of the state valuable postal matter of the Russian Federation are timed to landmark historical events, or are dedicated to outstanding personalities, nation-wide projects and major backbone enterprises of the Russian economy, cultural, state and public organizations.

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