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The Head of Rossvyaz took part in the events to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Russian-Swiss diplomatic relations

Опубликовано: 16 июня 2014 г., 00:00
Изменено: 11 декабря 2018 г., 07:54
From 20th till 22nd May, 2014, Oleg Dukhovnitsky, the Head of the Federal Agency of Communications in the course of his working trip to the Swiss capital Bern took part in the presentation of a joint Russian-Swiss postage stamps.

"For 200 years the relationship between Russia and Switzerland experienced some periods of recession and prosperity. But Time could not divide our nations. Good neighborly relations and commitment to dialogue continue to be the key to the lasting and peaceful future of our countries. These components  are often not enough to overcome the contradictions in the modern world, "- said Mr. Dukhovnitsky.

Entering of the postage stamps in such  series as "Architecture. Tower clock" released in honor of the 200th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Russian Federation and the Swiss Confederation.

On the post stamps there are shown the clock from building of the Kazan station in Moscow what was built by architect Schusev and clock tower Zytglogge in Bern created by Swiss engineer Kaspar Brunner.

During the working visit Mr. Dukhovnitsky visited the museum of communication of Switzerland and later spoke with its director Jacqueline Strauss.

Subordinated to Rossvyaz FSUE Publishing center "Marka" prepared stamp exhibition called "Sport and the Olympic movement in the Russian embassy".

During the work visit in the Swiss Confederation, the Head of the Federal Agency of Communications Mr. Duhovnitsky visited Kenitts district liaison office, and conducted negotiations  with Phiilipp Metzger, the General Director of the Federal Office of Communications 

The Russian delegation visited the Universal Postal Union office where Mr. Dukhovnitsky met Pascal Cleve, the Deputy General Director  of the Universal Postal Union.

The trip ended with a gala dinner on behalf of the Swiss Post in honor of the Russian delegation.