Today, on June 27, the opening ceremony of the literary-cultural days entitled "The Voice of Living" took place in Stepanakert. According to HermineAvagyan, director of the Artsakh office of the Nationwide Armenian Educational and Cultural Union, the headline touches upon the meaning that, despite the existing challenges and irreversible losses, today the heart of Artsakh continues to beat, the Armenian man continues to live on this land, and his dream is not all war, but living and creating in the homeland, and "The voice of living" is the voice of Artsakh and the people of Artsakh living in the language of literature and culture.
HermineAvagyan mentioned that they receive various proposals and letters from young writers and support the implementation of interesting proposals. Among them was the letter of the young Artsakh poet Sergey Safaryan, in which he asked to hold literary days in post-war Artsakh with joint efforts. The idea was approved, and as a result, literary and cultural days were organized.
According to Sergey Safaryan, by organizing literary and cultural days, they wanted to show the world that the people of Artsakh continue to live on their land, as such national-cultural initiatives and events continue here. The idea of this event is based on the expansion of cooperation between Armenia and Artsakh literary families.
The State Minister of the Artsakh Republic ArtakBeglaryan,the Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sports of the Republic of ArtsakhAnahitHakobyan, the President of the RA Writers' Union Edward Militonyan, President of the Writers' Union of ArtsakhVardanHakobyan and other participants of the ceremony stressed the importance of organization of such cultural events in post-warArtsakh.