STAMP ISSUES RELATED TO ICAO (1986-1993)

 

United Nations : 45th Anniversary of the United Nations

 

Issue date: 26/06/1990

 

 

 

Pictures identifying the major areas of attention of the United Nations, its Agencies and Programs, forming the number “45”. United Nations emblem. As regards ICAO’s relationship, an airplane is shown in the upper-side of digit 5.

 

Souvenir sheet with the two stamps of this issue. The second stamp of the issue shows a dove in silhouette and “45”.

Background: The set of two stamps was issued by UN Geneva for the 45th anniversary of the signing of the UN Charter in San Francisco on 26 June 1945.

This stamp is included within the ICAO collection due to the implicit relationship to the Organization, i.e. the design of an aircraft (in the upper-side of digit 5) within the UN family’s framework. The activity of other Organizations is also depicted as follows: UN (several programmes are illustrated - security: yellow circle surrounded by a red crown; peace: dove holding an olive branch in its beak; human rights: flaming torch); FAO (wheat); ICAO (aircraft); UNDP, Technical Assistance to Least-Developed Countries (LDCs), ILO, and UN Economic and Social Council - ECOSOC (two cogwheels as vital gear in a machine); IMO (ship); UNEP (clean environment) and WMO (sky and clouds).