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Regula Chronicles: Laissez-passer of International Organizations Our famous #RegulaChronicles is back with a bang this summer. 🌞 On the 26th of June, 1945, a Chart of the United Nations was signed, making this day the 75th anniversary of the UN foundation. To commemorate the date, we dedicate this episode to a laissez-passer (LP) of the United Nations and 4 other international organizations. The United Nations laissez-passer (UNLP) is one of the oldest LPs out there. It is issued to UN and International Labour Organization (ILO) staff as well as staff members of international organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM). This document gives its holders certain privileges at the border crossings of UN member countries. Most employees of international organizations have blue UNLP. High-level officials obtain a red-colored passport, which is equivalent to a diplomatic one. Moving on to the European Union LP, it is issued to the staff of the EU agencies and institutions. In comparison to the UNLP, there is only one blue EU LP, which is being issued to all institution members. The travel document is valid for all Member States of the EU and is available in all 24 of its official languages. The LP of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) is the most recent one on our list. Having been issued in February 2020, this document is used by staff and representatives of OECS institutions and organs from the following Member States: Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, St. Vincent and The Grenadines, British Virgin Islands, Anguilla, Martinique and Guadeloupe. Last but not least, the two remaining LPs are coming from the African continent. The ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States) and the African Development Bank (ADB) documents provide seamless travel opportunities on official missions to promote economic integration across their own Member States. #regulaforensics #regula #ECOWAS #Africa #UN #UNCharterDay #OECS #laissez #UnitedNations #WHO #IOM #UN75
Regula Chronicles: Laissez-passer of International Organizations Our famous #RegulaChronicles is back with a bang this summer. 🌞 On the 26th of June, 1945, a Chart of the United Nations was signed, making this day the 75th anniversary of the UN foundation. To commemorate the date, we dedicate this episode to a laissez-passer (LP) of the United Nations and 4 other international organizations. The United Nations laissez-passer (UNLP) is one of the oldest LPs out there. It is issued to UN and International Labour Organization (ILO) staff as well as staff members of international organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO), the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM). This document gives its holders certain privileges at the border crossings of UN member countries. Most employees of international organizations have blue UNLP. High-level officials obtain a red-colored passport, which is equivalent to a diplomatic one. Moving on to the European Union LP, it is issued to the staff of the EU agencies and institutions. In comparison to the UNLP, there is only one blue EU LP, which is being issued to all institution members. The travel document is valid for all Member States of the EU and is available in all 24 of its official languages. The LP of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) is the most recent one on our list. Having been issued in February 2020, this document is used by staff and representatives of OECS institutions and organs from the following Member States: Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, St. Vincent and The Grenadines, British Virgin Islands, Anguilla, Martinique and Guadeloupe. Last but not least, the two remaining LPs are coming from the African continent. The ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States) and the African Development Bank (ADB) documents provide seamless travel opportunities on official missions to promote economic integration across their own Member States. #regulaforensics #regula #ECOWAS #Africa #UN #UNCharterDay #OECS #laissez #UnitedNations #WHO #IOM #UN75
Regula Chronicles: 20 Scottish Pounds, 2019 Royal Bank of Scotland has recently issued its new banknote – 20 Scottish pounds (series 2019). And we could not resist digging into it a little bit in this May issue of #RegulaChronicles. This banknote is the first RBS £20 note made of polymer. Furthermore, it is the first £20 Scottish banknote to feature an image of a woman other than the Queen on its front. And that is the portrait of a major Scottish female entrepreneur Kate Cranston, who pioneered social change through the tearooms at the end of the 19th century. Established in Glasgow, those tearooms allowed respectable women to get out and gather together without the necessity of male company. The main theme of the new banknote series is ‘Fabric of Nature’. Following this theme, the reverse side of the note shows two beautiful red squirrels printed in intaglio. Under UV light the creatures appear to ignite. On the note’s front side, the UV light also reveals a small squirrel and Scotland's infamous biting insects called midges. Both sides of the new RBS £20 note are embellished with the contours of the blueberry fruit. Though the series is focused on the wildlife, the banknote adverts to the cultural heritage by demonstrating an extract from the poem “Cupid and Venus” written by the Scottish poet Mark Alexander Boyd on the reverse side of it. The banknote images were taken from our information reference system «Secure Documents Ultimate»: https://regulaforensics.com/en/products/information_reference_systems_software/SDU/ #Regula #regulaforensics #Scotland #RBS #ScottishPound #RoyalBank #Queen #woman #KateCranston #Cranston #Glasgow #nature #male #squirrel #intaglio #ultraviolet #infrared #insect #midge #blueberry #wildlife #banknote #banknoteoftheday #papermoney #poet #MarkAlexanderBoyd #Boyd #Cupid #Venus
Regula Chronicles: 20 Scottish Pounds, 2019 Royal Bank of Scotland has recently issued its new banknote – 20 Scottish pounds (series 2019). And we could not resist digging into it a little bit in this May issue of #RegulaChronicles. This banknote is the first RBS £20 note made of polymer. Furthermore, it is the first £20 Scottish banknote to feature an image of a woman other than the Queen on its front. And that is the portrait of a major Scottish female entrepreneur Kate Cranston, who pioneered social change through the tearooms at the end of the 19th century. Established in Glasgow, those tearooms allowed respectable women to get out and gather together without the necessity of male company. The main theme of the new banknote series is ‘Fabric of Nature’. Following this theme, the reverse side of the note shows two beautiful red squirrels printed in intaglio. Under UV light the creatures appear to ignite. On the note’s front side, the UV light also reveals a small squirrel and Scotland's infamous biting insects called midges. Both sides of the new RBS £20 note are embellished with the contours of the blueberry fruit. Though the series is focused on the wildlife, the banknote adverts to the cultural heritage by demonstrating an extract from the poem “Cupid and Venus” written by the Scottish poet Mark Alexander Boyd on the reverse side of it. The banknote images were taken from our information reference system «Secure Documents Ultimate»: https://regulaforensics.com/en/products/information_reference_systems_software/SDU/ #Regula #regulaforensics #Scotland #RBS #ScottishPound #RoyalBank #Queen #woman #KateCranston #Cranston #Glasgow #nature #male #squirrel #intaglio #ultraviolet #infrared #insect #midge #blueberry #wildlife #banknote #banknoteoftheday #papermoney #poet #MarkAlexanderBoyd #Boyd #Cupid #Venus
Regula Chronicles: Maltese passport, 2019 This April #RegulaChronicles is going to Malta, the country whose passport has been recognised as the Best new ePassport at HSP EMEA 2020. The event was held in Lisbon, Portugal on 9-11 March 2020. The new Maltese passport launched in November 2019 has a polycarbonate data page, where the primary holder’s photo and biographical data are laser engraved. When looking at the holder’s portrait, pay attention to a DOVID in the shape of the Maltese coat of arms at the bottom right corner. Then glance right to see a transparent window in the form of a cross and an MLI. Intricate blind embossing on both sides of the data page deserves special mention. On the bio-data page, it shows multiple Maltese crosses, performed all over the holder’s data. On the title page, the blind embossing ornament protects the interwoven hinge. The visa pages comprise images of the renowned landmarks of Malta, such as the Manoel Theatre (Europe's third-oldest working theatre) and the Auberge de Castille (now the office of the Prime Minister of Malta). Each visa page incorporates a watermark demonstrating the Maltese cross and the luzzu, a traditional fishing boat from the Maltese islands. Finally, the pages uncover floating numeration in UV light – the number of the inner page gradually moves, changing its position from one page to another. The passport images were taken from our information reference system «Secure Documents Ultimate»: https://regulaforensics.com/en/products/information_reference_systems_software/SDU/ #regulaforensics #regula #Maltesepassport #Malta #MLT #Lisbon #Portugal #epassport #passport #EMEA #polycarbonate #datapage #DOVID #ManoelTheatre #AubergedeCastille #fishingboat #embossing #ornament #newpassport #ultraviolet #infrared #HSP
Regula Chronicles: Maltese passport, 2019 This April #RegulaChronicles is going to Malta, the country whose passport has been recognised as the Best new ePassport at HSP EMEA 2020. The event was held in Lisbon, Portugal on 9-11 March 2020. The new Maltese passport launched in November 2019 has a polycarbonate data page, where the primary holder’s photo and biographical data are laser engraved. When looking at the holder’s portrait, pay attention to a DOVID in the shape of the Maltese coat of arms at the bottom right corner. Then glance right to see a transparent window in the form of a cross and an MLI. Intricate blind embossing on both sides of the data page deserves special mention. On the bio-data page, it shows multiple Maltese crosses, performed all over the holder’s data. On the title page, the blind embossing ornament protects the interwoven hinge. The visa pages comprise images of the renowned landmarks of Malta, such as the Manoel Theatre (Europe's third-oldest working theatre) and the Auberge de Castille (now the office of the Prime Minister of Malta). Each visa page incorporates a watermark demonstrating the Maltese cross and the luzzu, a traditional fishing boat from the Maltese islands. Finally, the pages uncover floating numeration in UV light – the number of the inner page gradually moves, changing its position from one page to another. The passport images were taken from our information reference system «Secure Documents Ultimate»: https://regulaforensics.com/en/products/information_reference_systems_software/SDU/ #regulaforensics #regula #Maltesepassport #Malta #MLT #Lisbon #Portugal #epassport #passport #EMEA #polycarbonate #datapage #DOVID #ManoelTheatre #AubergedeCastille #fishingboat #embossing #ornament #newpassport #ultraviolet #infrared #HSP

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