The Libyan Post Company has issued three (500 Dirhams) new stamps to mark the fifth anniversary of the Libyan February revolution.
On Facebook, the company said that the first stamp exemplifies the Libyan map as one entity with the blue color implying freedom and purity.
The second stamp, it added, has an implication of Libyan map that unites the people as one, and the shaking of hands in the middle of the stamp refers to reconciliation and tolerance among Libyans.
Moreover, the third stamp resembles growth, abundance, and welfare, which is clear by the Hyacinth on it.
The Post Company said these stamps will be available across Libya starting 17 February 2016 for use.