The postage stamp issue titled ‘Black Sea, Rewritten History,’ which was launched by Romfilatelia, marks the fifth anniversary of the Ruling of the International Court of Justice in The Hague in the trial on the ‘Maritime Delimitation in the Black Sea,’ by which Romania got 79.34 percent of the area disputed with Ukraine. According to a release quoted by Agerpres, starting on today, the postage stamp issue ‘Black Sea, Rewritten History’ will be bought in all Romfilatelia shops in Bucharest and Romania. As layout they used the 32-stamp sheet, the 10-stamp+2 vignette minisheet and the perforated strip. In 2014 they celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Ruling of the International Court of Justice in The Hague being made public on February 3, 2009, in the trial on the ‘Maritime Delimitation in the Black Sea’ (Romania v Ukraine).
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