In Moscow they have decided to make the indifferent world hear about the interrupted lives of Artsakhis in the forced war through music.
The project is implemented on the initiative of Niko Gallery in Moscow and Elena Kharakidzian. Not only Armenian but also many Russian musicians, pianists, violinists and singers, reacted very quickly to the announcement of a charity concert for Artsakh.
All proceeds will be donated to the Viva Charitable Foundation, which has been involved in raising medical and humanitarian aid since the early days of the Artsakh war. Medical supplies loaded on three large planes have already been sent to Artsakh, Goris, Sisian, Kapan and Vardenis. Volunteer groups of doctors are also leaving Moscow for Artsakh.
Students, lawyers, accountants, designers and doctors from different universities take part in the action. About 400 volunteers help collect, sort and load the goods, each doing what they can for the heroes fighting on the border. The 4th group of volunteer doctors - surgeons, resuscitators, traumatologists and other specialists - will leave for Artsakh this week.
By Mary Yegoryan