Tribute to the Eurovision Song Contest

17 Oct 2019  Thu

The Chad postal assistance as of late gave a tribute to the Eurovision Song Contest, which incorporates two pictures of Netta Barzilai, the Israeli vocalist who won the challenge in 2018 with her hit-single "Toy."

Close by Netta are additionally two pictures of Swedish band ABBA that won the challenge in 1974, with the words "Republic of Chad" composed over the pictures.

Relations between the nations were cut off in 1972 because of weights from the Arab world.

Chad state authorities said that the present stamp issue was expected to express the reinforcing relations between the nations and made a point to send a duplicate of the stamps to the National Security Council (NSC) in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office.

Netta executed as a visitor at the Grand Final of the current year's opposition, which was held in Tel Aviv in May.

Notwithstanding Barzilai's 2018 triumph, Israel had won the challenge on three unique events before: in 1978 with the melody "A-Ba-Ni-Bi" by Izar Cohen and Alphabeta; in 1979 with the tune "Hallelujah" by Milk and Honey and in 1999 with the tune "Diva" sang by Dana International.

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Image Courtesy: Swedish Post

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