On September 21, 2016 “HayPost Trust Management” B.V. puts into circulation two stamps dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Armenia.
On September 16th the cancellation of the Special cover dedicated to the 40th anniversary of OSCE founding document Helsinki Final Act has taken place.
In 2015 on July 12th, a postcard with 1 stamp dedicated to the theme “International Association of Genocide Scholars Yerevan meeting” is put into circulation.
On May 29, 2015 in the Burabay area of the Akmolinsk region of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Prime Ministers of the member countries of Eurasian Economic Union officially cancelled Special covers dedicated to the formation of the Eurasian Economic Union.
On May 26th, 2015 Haypost CJSC cancelled and put into circulation a new stamp dedicated to the Armenian poet, French Resistance fighter and a national hero of France Missak Manouchian.
In 2015 the 70th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War is celebrated. In honor of the anniversary a commemorative postage stamp was put into circulation on May 8th, 2015.
On May 6th, 2015 in the Library of Congress, Washington DC, USA, the designated National Postal Operator of the Republic of Armenia HayPost CJSC cancelled a stamp on the theme of “The centennial of the Armenian Genocide: Henry Morgenthau” and a stamped souvenir sheet on the theme of “The centennial of the Armenian Genocide: American Committee for Relief in the Near East”.
Today, on April 23rd 2015, within the framework of the forum “Against the Crime of Genocide", HayPost has officially cancelled and put into circulation a postage stamp dedicated to the "Centenary of the Armenian Genocide; Anatole France".
Postage stamps and souvenir sheets dedicated to the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide are put into circulation.
On 29th of January in 2015, within the framework of the solemn cancellation ceremony, the postage stamps and souvenir sheets dedicated to the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide are put into circulation.
The stamp dedicated to the theme “Armenia. Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh)” is put into circulation.