Book Festival on Moscow's Red Square
The ‘Red Square’ festival opened today in Moscow near the Kremlin walls. It is due to last until June 6th.
Its program consists of about 400 events in six major areas, including performances by famous figures of culture and art, meetings and workshops with popular writers, film screenings, performances and public readings.
This year's festival, named after ‘Red Square’, is dedicated to the birthday of Alexander Pushkin and the Day of the Russian Language, which are celebrated on June 6th.
Today the Moscow publishing house ‘Khudozhestvennaya Literatura’ represented the composite book 'A.M. Topchibashev. The Paris archive. Book one 1919-1921'.
The book contains information from Parish archival documents and materials about Alimardan bey Topchibashev’s political activity in the Azerbaijani diplomatic delegation, which was led by him during the Paris Peace Conference.