On September 20, Ukrposhta released a marked art envelope "Welcome to Hell", which depicts Ukraine's greatest enemy - Russian dictator Putin - on the day when courageous Ukrainian soldiers will destroy the occupiers and come to destroy him.
The envelope depicts a sketch that Roman Chaly created in the framework of the competition for the postage stamp "Good evening, we are from Ukraine". Then Ukrainians gave 200 thousand votes for the idea to depict the moment when the Russian dictator meets with a Ukrainian soldier of the Armed Forces. This was not enough to win the competition for the stamp design, but it was enough to add another envelope to the wartime philatelic series.
"We hope that this envelope, like the stamp "Russian warship, go..." will be prophetic, and very soon we will hear good news. So the more people, buying the envelope, repeat its name and send their wishes to the greatest enemy of Ukraine, the more chances that the collective wish will materialize. Of course, with the help of our military, diplomats and allies of Ukraine around the world," Ukrposhta commented.
Simultaneously with the release of the envelope, Ukrposhta puts into circulation a new postage stamp with a trident and the denomination "U" for printing on envelopes and cards, which replaces the stamp with the outline of the map of Ukraine and the letter "V", desecrated by the enemy.
The circulation of the envelope is 1 million copies. The cost of one envelope is 15 UAH. Envelopes are available for ordering online - in the postal market of the Ukrposhta, as well as in all post offices.