This stamp is most likely titled “Transport and Telecommunication.” It was issued May 20th 1983. There is not any text to translate, remembering that почта means is the word for “post” or “mail” and can be found on every stamp.
It is a part of the 12th definitive issue, which ran from 1976-1992. Definitive issues are kind of an odd thing that should be addressed now. They were supposed to be the pride of the Soviet Post, representing the proud symbols of the Soviet Union. The part that makes them odd is that the stamps stretch across multiple years. This stamp certainly fits the theme of globalization with these symbols, the passenger jet liner, the ship, and the bolt for electricity being over the globe.
It has a face value of 5 kopeks, and is part of the 1983 series despite the 1982 in the top corner, which I cannot explain. It may be listed wrong on colnect.com, or it could have been delayed in being issued due to being part of a definitive issue.