Relatives of deceased Mariupol journalist Natalya Kharakoz are collecting material for her book
Anna Kotykhova, a relative of the deceased Mariupol author and journalist Natalya Kharakoz, announced the collection of material for her book. Her relatives have preserved her manuscripts and now want to publish a book. Colleagues are asked to share their memories of Natalya.
"I have a big favour to ask of everyone who has any interesting archival photos of Ms. Natalya: send them to me at [email protected]
"Also, whoever is willing and had a chance to encounter this fantastic woman or her works, please write your memories about her to my email inbox, private messages, or under this post," Anna wrote.
As IMI reported, Natalya Kharakoz died in the russian-blockaded Mariupol. She was a journalist, an author, a member of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine and the National Writers' Union of Ukraine, and head of the "Azovye" literary club. She died on March 29 in a basement, her relatives had been searching for the journalist's body for a long time. In late June, her relative Anna Kotykhova announced that they had managed to find the place of Natalya Kharakoz's reburial.
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