The World Abaza Congress and the St. Petersburg Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) signed a cooperation agreement.
In the Apsua village of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic, a hippodrome was solemnly opened. In honor of its opening, a horse race was held, the winner of which was a horse from Abkhazia.
St. Petersburg State Forestry University has begun accepting documents for admission to the university. Applicants from Abkhazia, as well as representatives of the Abkhaz-Abaza Diaspora in Turkey, can enter the university free of charge.
A native of Abkhazia, writer Anton Tsulukia told the WAC web information portal about his new book of oriental fairy tales and shared his plans for the future.
Representatives of the Abkhazian cultural center of the Turkish province of Kocaeli planted an olive grove near the cemetery of the victims of the Caucasian War in the city of Kandyr.
The World Abaza Congress and ANO "Alashara" have formed and approved a new program for the development and preservation of the Abkhaz and Abaza languages.
The collection on the history of the national associations of St. Petersburg, which includes information about the Abkhaz-Abaza people, was published by the St. Petersburg House of Nationalities.
The new documentary "Abaza of Stavropol" was shown for the first time on Stavropol television in January.
Beslan Agrba, a member of the WAC SC, head of the Moscow Abkhazian Diaspora, trustee of the "AMSHRA" development charity fund, has been providing financial support to the medical staff of the Gudauta COVID hospital for several months.
The documentary film about the Abaza knife business continued the project of the World Abaza Congress and the ANO "Alashara" about the intangible heritage of the Abkhaz-Abaza people.