Amman, Sep. 18 (Petra) – A delegation from Palestine’s telecommunications and postal sector regulatory authority has visited the Stamp Museum in Muqabalayn area, Amman.
During their visit to Jordan for cooperation in the postal field, the delegates were given a tour of the exhibition hall. They received a detailed explanation of the museum’s historical development, which included information on the various stages of issuing Jordanian stamps since the Emirate of Transjordan’s founding in 1920, according to a statement released Monday by the Jordan Post Company.
The delegates were also shown collectibles of wired and wireless communications devices, as well as old postal stamps.
At the end of the tour, the delegation members noted that the museum showcases Jordan’s cultural significance through the stamps on display, particularly those related to Palestine.