TEHRAN (IFILM) -- The head of the National Communication Museum of Iran has told media that commemorative stamps are sent to 198 countries as cultural ambassadors.
The commemorative stamp of Seyyed Mohammad Mohit Tabatabai, the great writer and literate of Iran, was unveiled on the sidelines of the 615th night of Bukhara in cooperation with the National Communication Museum, the National Committee of Iranian Museums, the National Museum, the National Post Company and the National Commission for UNESCO.
The event was held at the National Museum of Iran on Monday, August 30, 2021.
The head of the National Communication Museum of Iran said at the ceremony that the National Post Company, in cooperation with the Supreme Stamp Council, has been able to release commemorative stamps to introduce the country’s cultural figures and elite.
He added that as cultural ambassadors, these stamps are sent on envelopes to 198 countries, noting that stamps had been out of the postal cycle for several years, but fortunately, they have re-entered this process since 2020.