Logo
  Thursday, October 29, 2020
Sign-In  |  Sign-Up  |  Contact Us  |  Bookmark 

Lyudmila Putin and the wives of the leaders of five other countries have turned over books from their home libraries to Children's s Homes in Russia
Lyudmila Putin, the wife of the Russian president, and the wives of the leaders of five other countries have turned over books from their home libraries to Children's s Homes in Russia. Lyudmila Putin addressed her book collection to the Children’s Home in the town of Blagoveschensk in Bashkortostan, First lady of Britain Cherie Blair gave her collection to the Children's Home in Troitsk in the Chelyabinsk region, the wife of the Austrian president Margit Fischer sent books to the settlement of Ishma in Komi, Zorka Pyrvanova- the wife of the Bulgarian president, turned over her book collection to the Children's s Home in the Sverdlovsk region. In return, the Russian Post Service has presented the first ladies with a gilded model of the first stamp carrying the logotype of the" Bibliobraz- 2005" book festival. The new stamp is hoped to occupy its own niche in world stamp collections as a rarity. Lyudmila Putin and Russian Minister for Information Technologies and telecommunications Leonid Reiman canceled the stamp at the ceremony, "The idea to issue a stamp with the symbol of the "Bibliobraz" festival occurred to us a year ago, but it was not simple to put the idea into practice," the wife of the Russian president said. "Collecting stamps has always been her dream, and philately is one of the most interesting hobbies," Lyudmila Putin said. "I am glad that we have got the stamp at last," Mrs. Putin declared, saying she was very proud of being honored to cancel the stamp. Similar stamps cancelled and signed by Lydmila Putin and Leonid Reiman, put into souvenir frames and enclosed into special envelopes, were presented to the first ladies of Austria, Armenia, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Kyrgyzstan and Russia who took part in the festival
Print Lyudmila Putin and the wives of the leaders of five other countries have turned over books from their home libraries to Children's s Homes in Russia Bookmark Lyudmila Putin and the wives of the leaders of five other countries have turned over books from their home libraries to Children's s Homes in Russia

Related News   
SepOctober 2005Nov
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
262728293012
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31123456