The two-volume presentation of the historical novel "For the Honor of Aznavour" by Arman Zakaryan, a physician-surgeon, doctor of sciences, professor living in St. Petersburg, took place in Isahakyan's hall. The historical novel presents the milestones of the noble life of Sargis Zakaryan, amirspasalar/commander-in-chief of the Georgian army, when the prince defended the honor of his family and country at all costs in the feudal society of the Middle Ages.
The historical novel also presents the main milestones of the life of the nobles/nobles of Armenia's princely prince and Georgia's minister of state Zakare Zakaryan and his brothers, princes Ivane, Sargis and Zakare Plus. The opening speech was made by Hasmik Karapetyan, director of the City Central Library after Av. Isahakyan.
Opinions about the writer's books were expressed by Edward Militonyan, the president of the Armenian Union of Armenians, book translator Nerses Atabekyan, poet Khachik Manukyan, deputy Gegham Nazaryan, doctor Gevorg Aslanyan, director of the Ijevan wine factory, literary critic Mihran Hovhannisyan and young writer Hayk Sirunyan.
The event was hosted by Armen Avanesyan, literary critic, director of "Armav" publishing house.

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