Philatelic materials related to Ukrainian resistance to Russian aggression
, officially the Republic of Poland,
is a country in Central Europe, situated between the Baltic Sea in
the north and two mountain ranges in the south.
to the west; the
Czech Republic and
to the south;
Belarus to the east; and the Baltic Sea, Kaliningrad Oblast (a Russian exclave) and
to the north.
The total area of Poland is 312,679 square kilometres, a population of over 38.5 million.
The capital and largest city is Warsaw.
The first Polish stamp was issued for the Congress Kingdom on 1 January 1860.
Official Philatelic materials of Poland related to Ukrainian resistance to Russian aggression
|25.03.2022, "We are with you!" (In Polish "Jesteśmy z Wami")
MiNr.: 5355 , Scott: 4601
 On March 25, 2022, Poczta Polska issued a special postage stamp
showing the blue and yellow colors of the Ukrainian flag and the red and white colors of the Polish flag,
as an expression of support, respect and solidarity with Ukraine's struggle for freedom and independence.
The inscriptions on the stamp reading "Jesteśmy z Wami
"Mи з Baми
", which mean "We are with you."
The stamp was printed in Sheet of 100.
The official FDC for the issue depicts a sculpture of the goddess Brzegini (Ukrainian Berehynia) standing
on Independence Square in Kiev, popularly known as Majdan, symbolizing the independence of Ukraine.
The first day ceremony for the stamp was conducted at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Warszawa,
with the deputy ambassador of Ukraine and the Polish Deputy Foreign Minister in attendance.
The stamp is denominated as Priotytetowy S, which is the class of mail in regular envelopes (S),
receiving priority (next day) service within Poland. It sells for 4.50 zl. [R3]
Personalized stamps of Poland related to Ukrainian resistance to Russian aggression
|11.05.2022, "Ukrainia President: Volodimir Zelenskyy" [SP1]
 On May 11, 2022 Łukasz Wantuch
, announced its personalized
with portrait of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the colors of the country's
flag - blue and yellow.
99 sheets of 9 stamps were produced.
The money from the sale is to be used to provide humanitarian aid in Ukraine.