The World Abaza Congress and the St. Petersburg Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) signed a cooperation agreement.
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.
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.
Applicants from Abkhazia will have a high priority when applying for state-funded places of the St. Petersburg State Forestry University thanks to the assistance of the WAC.
The Congress opened Abkhaz language courses in St. Petersburg.
The annual award “Best Artist of the Year” was held in Abkhazia.
Members of the WAC and representatives of the Abkhaz-Abaza Diaspora from St. Petersburg took part in the celebration of the Victory Day in the northern capital of Russia.
The IX St. Petersburg Festival of Culture of the Peoples of the Caucasus was held in the northern capital of Russia, where for the first time the representatives of the World Abaza Congress participated.
Literary evening, timed to the anniversary of the outstanding writer Fazil Iskander, was held in St. Petersburg.