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A Russian woman has learned Armenian to "decipher" letters from the army

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Nazik Manukyan, a 60-year-old resident of Tuapse in Krasnodar Oblast, began studying Armenian to read father-in-law's letters to his mother-in-law.

Manukyan says her mother-in-law did not want the letters to disappear after her death; she wanted her children and grandchildren to know their contents as well.

“There was no day to remember my husband's father-in-law, his 'dear Harut'. Once a week she would remove the letterbox from the sandbox, sit on the armchair and look at the letters that looked more like pictures, "the woman quotes The News.

It took several months for Nazik to learn the letters of the Armenian alphabet with complex phonetics and read the first letter.

Nazik Manukyan, from his father-in-law's letters, revealed that he had written from the army in the late 1940s. Almost every week she sent letters declaring her love for his wife.