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Patriotic War of the People of Abkhazia (PWPA)

05/09/2020 17:35 In Abkhazia 14645
55 destinies: a book of childhood memories of the PWPA was published at ASU

Historian Saida Vozba has collected in one book 55 stories of people who survived the Patriotic War of the people of Abkhazia when they were children.

30/08/2019 11:50 Short history course 36667
They are missed: on August 30, the Day of Disappeared Persons is marked in Abkhazia

International Day of Disappeared Persons is held every year on August 30th. In Abkhazia, the vast majority of the missing are people who disappeared during the Patriotic War of the people of Abkhazia.

25/08/2019 08:10 Short history course 50338
How nations united: on the day of the formation of the Confederation of Caucasian Peoples

On August 25-26, 1989, the first congress of the Assembly (Confederation) of the Mountain Peoples of the Caucasus was held in Sukhum.

15/08/2019 10:05 Short history course 58357
Portraits of the war: stories of Abkhaz volunteers

Volunteer Day, dedicated to people who fought together with the Abkhaz people during the 1992-1993 PWPA, is celebrated on August 15 in Abkhazia. The WAC web info portal publishes several stories of volunteer veterans by this date.

23/04/2019 12:15 Personalities 33697
Strategist, knight, hero: on Sultan Sosnaliev

The WAC web information portal prepared an essay to the birthday of Colonel of the Armed Forces of the USSR, Lieutenant-General of the Republic of Abkhazia Sultan Sosnaliev on his life.

22/03/2019 10:55 Personalities 29666
Yuri Kalmykov: a great friend of Abkhazia and a great son of the Caucasus

A lawyer, politician, defender of the national interests of the peoples of the Caucasus, an outstanding Adyg (Circassian) Yuri Kalmykov was one of those who made an invaluable contribution to helping the brotherly people of Abkhazia during the Patriotic War of the Abkhaz Nation 1992-1993.

27/09/2018 10:30 Longread 55224
Go to death to live

Early in the morning on August 14, 1992, the troops of the State Council of Georgia, on the pretext of protecting the railway, crossed the Georgian-Abkhaz border on the Ingur River and began to move deeper into Abkhazia along the Gal-Sukhum highway. This was how the bloody war began and the genocide of the Abkhaz people, which lasted 413 days.