The Svyaz-2020 International Exhibition
On November 2, an official ceremony took place of special cancellation of a postcard dedicated to the Svyaz-2020 International Exhibition.
The event was attended by Maxim Parshin, the Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation; Oleg Dukhovnitsky, the Head of the Federal Communications Agency; Sergey Katyrin, the President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation; Vladimir Kononov, a Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, a member of the Committee on Education and Science; and Sergey Bednov, the General Director of Expocentre AO.
The Svyaz exhibition has been held since 1975 and is the largest event in the CIS and Eastern Europe in the field of telecommunications and information technologies. It is an industry showcase, which demonstrates advanced achievements and technologies, establishes the trend of the market development for a year ahead, and a convenient demonstration and debate platform for discussing current issues, for personal interaction between industry professionals, suppliers and buyers. The exhibition presents the latest solutions for fixed, cellular, satellite and fiber-optic communications, data transmission networks, telecommunication, head-end and network equipment, specialized software, information security solutions and a lot more.
As was stated by the Head of Rossvyaz, the Federal Communications Agency in cooperation with JSC Marka annually produces a variety of philatelic products dedicated to the major branch exhibition. This year we unveil a postcard with the image of the official logo of the Svyaz-2020 exhibition and elements of its corporate identity. The postcard is provided with a postage stamp dedicated to the Expocenter Central Exhibition Complex. “I am sure that the issuance of such a postcard will become a valuable gift for residents and guests of the international exhibition. These unique pieces will forever preserve the memory of today’s event and will become a philatelic rarity among collectors around the world,” he added.