From Lilit Shahverdyan

Lilit Shahverdyan

Lilit Shahverdyan is a journalist from Stepanakert, Artsakh. She is currently studying English and Communications at the American University of Armenia, in Yerevan. As a correspondent for the Mirror-Spectator, Lilit focuses on the stories of the people of Artsakh, their daily lives and their destinies. Other than writing and studying, she is interested in literature and photography and complements her articles with her photos. She is a family-dedicated person and tries to enjoy as much time as possible in Artsakh.
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