Information web portal of the World Abaza Congress was presented in Sukhum on September 18.
Official portal of the World Abaza Congress, presented in Sukhum on Tuesday, September 18, will tell the world about the Abkhaz-Abaza ethnic group. This was stated at the presentation of the website by the head and editor-in-chief of the portal Amina Lazba. The launch of the portal was announced at a press conference in the Abkhaz television studio.
Amina Lazba noted that the portal will publish materials about the activities of the Congress and the life of representatives of the Abkhaz-Abaza ethnic group. All materials of the portal are designed to contribute to the formation and development of a positive image of Abkhazia.
"All the content of the portal will be exclusively humanitarian. We want to tell the world about our history, culture, ethnography and outstanding representatives of our people. We will tell the world about us. We have something to talk about, and we have something to be proud of," Lazba said.
She noted that the portal materials will be published in six languages: Abazin, Abkhaz, Russian, Turkish, English and Arabic. To date, the website has been launched in five language versions: the Arabic version is under construction and will soon be launched.
The participant of the press conference, the Executive Secretary of the Association of WAC Inar Gitsba noted that the portal will become an important tool in achieving the main goal of the Congress - the unification of representatives of the Abkhaz-Abaza ethnic group.
"Today, in the era of information technology, it is more efficient to promote the unification of the people through modern means of communication - in the first place, Internet resources. In this regard, the information web portal is designed to promote the rapprochement of the representatives of the Abkhaz-Abaza Diaspora around the world," said the Executive Secretary of the Congress.
For half a year of work on the preparation of the launch of the WAC info portal, a significant amount of information was collected to create materials: more than 50 GB of information, more than 700 pages of text, more than 1,000 photo and video materials.