New local branches of the WAC open in the Abkhazian village of Osmaniye and in the province of Tokat of the Republic of Turkey.
The VII Congress of the Federation of Abkhazian Cultural Centers was held in Turkey on the occasion of the election of the Chairman and board members.
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 6th congress of the Federation of Abkhaz Cultural Centers was held in Turkey on the occasion of the election of the chairman and board members.
WAC Executive Secretary Inar Gitsba summed up the results of his working visit to the Republic of Turkey.
WAC will open the councils of the local branch of the Congress in the cities and districts of the Republic of Turkey.
An Abkhaz from Turkey, archaeologist Ece Trapsh, has been living in her historical homeland for 11 years. Today she excavates in her native village, finding valuable archaeological material there, and also helps Abkhaz scholars to speak at international congresses.
Summer courses of the Abaza language are organized in the Turkish village of Akpynar, which are attended by more than 70 people.
Despite the strong influence of urbanization and the weakening of villages, the life of Abkhaz and Abaza settlers in Turkey retained many traditional features that can be observed in modern national villages.
Continuing the series of articles on how to learn the Abkhaz language, the WAC web information portal publishes material on teaching Abkhaz at the Bosphorus University and classes at the national centers of Turkey.