Friendship and Brotherhood [10]

Friendship and Brotherhood Are the Greatest Wealth (10 PLN + 10 UAH)

Subject: no
Face value: 10 pln
Alloy: 999/1000 Ag
Dimensions: 26.42x50.00 mm
Weight: 31.1 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 10000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: pad printing, set of two coins: 10 złoty, 10 hryvnia
Date of issue: 2023-08-24
Issue price: 950 pln
The reverse of the Polish and the Ukrainian coins depicts two figures sitting at a table, sharing bread and wine. Below them, there is a decorative element. When the two coins are put together, it forms – against the background of the tablecloth – a flower symbolising hope, life and growth.

Designer: Wołodymyr Taran
The obverse of the coins features ribbons in the colours of the Ukrainian and Polish flag. They are decorated with the emblem of Ukraine and the image of the Eagle established as the state emblem of the Republic of Poland. The bottom part of the coins features decorative drawings of human figures. The compositions symbolise the current situation in both countries: the Ukrainian coin depicts dangers of the war and the people’s resistance, and the Polish coin – help and compassion.

Designer: Wołodymyr Taran

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Friendship and Brotherhood Are the Greatest Wealth

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has led to one of the largest humanitarian crises in the recent history of this part of the world. From the very beginning of the war, tens of thousands of Ukrainians, mostly women and children, found shelter in Poland every day. Already at the border, everyone received necessary assistance. Millions of refugees have been welcomed into the homes of Polish families and no one has been left without a roof over their heads. The Ukrainians defending their homeland gratefully emphasise that the most important things for them are the safety of their loved ones, kindness towards their families and schooling of their children.

Solidarity with those fighting for freedom is one of the foundations of the Polish identity. ...

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