THE RUSSIANS

Let us remember those whose souls are in the sky and hear from there all speeches between living people,

Let us remember those who defended this land and remained in it forever.

Let us remember those who had a beard and those who had no beard and moustache,

Let us remember those who were sad and those who laughed,

Let us remember Ukrainians, Belarusian, Ossetians and people of the small tribe ostyaks,

Let us remember Teleuts, Kabardinians, Erzyanians, Veps, Chuvashes,

Let us remember the Tuvinians, and the Darginians, Latvian and Talishes,

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Artikel sebelumnyaPERAN DAN KIPRAH TIONGHOA BANJAR DALAM LINTASAN SEJARAH
Artikel berikutnyaMUHAMMAD SUBHAN; MOTOR LITERASI DAN TAKDIR TUHAN
Was born in Baku in 1960. He lives in Krasnoyarsk. A member of the Union of Writers of Russia and other writers 'organizations of Russia, Ukraine and Azerbaijan, a member of the Russian Geographical Society, Co-Chairman of the Literary Council of the Assembly of Peoples of Eurasia, a member of the PEN International Writing Club. The author of 65 books of poetry and prose. Laureate of the State Literary Prize of the Governor of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous district, laureate of the National Prize “Silver Feather of Russia”, “For the Good of the World”. The Russian-Swedish award "The North is a country without borders”, the ZA-ZA Verlag publishing House award (Germany), the Homer Award (Greece), diplomas of the Italian competitions" La Academia Giulia Brignone” and " Vincenzo Padula” (second place), finalist of the 2021 Prize in honor of the poet Anibal Rodriguez Sanchez (Venezuela). Silver medal of the IV Eurasia Literary Festival of Festivals - "For the preservation of national identity when creating works on a different language basis “. Participant of the 31st International Poetry Festival in Medellin (2021). Poetry and biography of Akhadov are the topics of studying modern Russian literature in accordance with the school textbook for students of the 5th grades of secondary schools in Eastern Siberia. Akhadov's works have been translated and published in Azerbaijani, Albanian, English, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Chinese, Bengali, Nepali, Hindi, Arabic, Bulgarian, Serbian, Portuguese, Turkish, Filipino, Tajik, Kyrgyz, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Polish, Lithuanian, Georgian, Greek, Esperanto, Tuvan and Croatian. His poems have been published in literary magazines and anthologies in China, India, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Israel, Syria, Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bangladesh, Nepal, Ukraine, Peru, Mexico, Colombia, Italy, Germany, Spain, Montenegro and other countries. His books have been published in Russia, the USA, Serbia, India and Mexico in Russian, English, Serbian and Spanish.