Book Titled "Armenia, Armenia…" Published for Moscow Police

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Russian Association of Friendship and Cooperation with Armenia is taking part in the organization of the Year of Armenia in Russia, program titled "Moscow multinational: formation of civil solidarity, peace culture and consent" and other projects, the press service of the Russian Association of Friendship and Cooperation with Armenia told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter.



The Association jointly with the Petrovka, 38 foundation issued a book titled "Armenia, Armenia… Questions and answers about the country and people since ancient times up to present days" as a gift for the Moscow police. The book will help to make the friendship with the Armenian people stronger and more fruitful," said Victor Krivopuskov, the Association President.



The book contains 201 answers to the questions Russian citizens may have when hearing about Armenia. Besides, it provides information about Armenian traditions, famous Armenian brandy and even anecdotes from the Armenian Radio. One chapter is dedicated to the Armenian-Russian relations.



The book comes appropriate in the atmosphere of dislike towards 'aliens' and frequent killings through national hatred.
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