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The national posts of Hungary and the Republic of Moldova are issuing a joint commemorative 
cover with an imprinted stamp in honour of the 20th anniversary of the start of diplomatic relations 
between the two countries. 2,000 copies of the Hungarian release, designed by the graphic artist 
Imre Benedek, were made by the state printing company Állami Nyomda.
Moldova, officially the Republic of Moldova, is an independent democratic state in eastern Europe lying on the East 
European plain. It is bordered by Ukraine to the north, east and south, and by Romania to the west. 
The eastern part of Moldova, the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (also called Transnistria), is a breakaway de 
facto state. Two rivers, the Prut and the lower Danube, form the border with Romania, while the river Dniester 
separates it from Transnistria. Its capital and largest city is Chișinău. Other major cities in descending order 
of population are Tiraspol, Bălți, Bender, Rîbnița and Cahul. The country is a member of the Commonwealth of 
Independent States, La Francophonie, the Latin Union and the Organization of Black Sea Economic Cooperation. 
The stamp design of the LA4 format cover shows the coats of arms of the two countries as well as inscriptions 
documenting the anniversary. The commemorative cover also bears inscriptions in Hungarian and Moldovan and 
the flags of the two countries.
Order code: 2012231090011 (unused), 2012231090012 (FDC)  
Date of issue: 10 September 2012  
Value of imprinted stamp: HUF 105  
Number of copies issued: 2,000  
Printed by Állami Nyomda  
Designed by Imre Benedek





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