The presentation of the book ''And a name, a kind one'' about Nikolay Osipyan who died during the four-day war of April, took place in the literary hall of the House-Museum of Hovhannes Hovhannisyan.
The book is about the fighting path of Nikolay Osipyan, the receiver of "The Medal for Combat Service", participant of two Artsakh wars. His contribution to the self-defense battles of his native Gandzak deserves to be paid special attention. In 1988, during the hot battles for the defense of the motherland, he made self-made grenades, obtained weapons and ammunition, and negotiated for help with the Russian military.
However, his mission didn’t end there, and as the destiny showed such people are born to dedicate their lives to the motherland. When in 2016 the second wave of the war broke out, Nikolay Osipyan left for the battlefield, but this time forever.
The fighter from Ejmiatsin ended his earthly life gloriously in Jrakan on April 6, 2016.
Nikolay Osipyan's widow Mrs. Rayisa, relatives of the militaries killed during the April four-day war, Former Human Rights Defender Larisa Alaverdyan, Director of the House-Museum of Hovhannes Hovhannisyan Khachik Manukyan, and the servants of the Armenian Apostolic Church were present at the book presentation.
The event was organized by Angelina Arshakyan, the member of the Public Council, Chairman of the CSO Committee, Chairman of "Angel" Social Educational and Cultural NGO.