Expert: Armenia must be ready for new war in Karabakh

Expert: Armenia must be ready for new war in Karabakh

PanARMENIAN.Net - “From Musa Dagh to Khnapat” documentary features the most outstanding episodes of Artsakh liberation struggle, political expert said.

“The film portrays Armenians’ resistance in Musa Dagh and Khnapat. The latter, liberated by villagers, continues to prosper,” Levon Melik-Shahnazaryan said.

“Though the film doesn’t feature war episodes, it carries an educational message and inspires hope in future,” Mr. Melik-Shahnazaryan said, stressing the need to be ready for a new.

“The documentary includes fictional elements. The premiere has been scheduled for January 28. It will further be translated into foreign languages,” the film director Gagik Harutyunyan said.

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