On March 11, 1939, one of the favorite poets in Abkhazia, Taif Adzhba, was born. On October 9, 1992, he and few other Abkhazians were taken away in an unknown direction by Georgian guards. The memory of him among the people is alive, just as his sincere lines are alive and eternally new.
On April 21, a prominent representative of the Abkhaz Diaspora in Turkey, Irfan Argun, would have turned 85. Through all his life, he carried an unusually warm feeling of love for his native land, the strength of which he proved with works for the good of Abkhazia.
On the eve of his 60th birthday, ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Abkhazia, a member of the Supreme Council of the WAC, doctor of philology, professor Viacheslav Chirikba told the WAC web information portal about choosing a profession, scientific activities, teaching in Europe and his way of life.
Literary evening, timed to the anniversary of the outstanding writer Fazil Iskander, was held in St. Petersburg.
Iua Kogonia lived a very short life, died young, but his star was one of the brightest in the constellation of Abkhaz poets. On the 115th anniversary of the national poet, the WAC web information portal prepared an essay about him.
A creative evening dedicated to the anniversary of Fazil Iskander was held at the Pushkin Literary Museum in Moscow.
Memorable events were held in Sukhum in honor of the anniversary of the Second President of Abkhazia Sergey Bagapsh, who would have turned 70 this year.