The WAC web info portal continues to tell stories about representatives of the Abkhaz-Abaza ethnic group living abroad. This story is about Aziz Abaza (Mkhtse) from Jordan.
From October 27 to November 1, the fourth festival of the Abaza language and literature was held in the KChR, culminating in the traditional “Tabulov readings” conference.
A book about the instrumental traditions of Abkhaz and Circassians from Turkey was presented in Sukhum.
Open lessons of native language and Abaza literature were held in one of the schools in Karachay-Cherkessia, marking the beginning of the annual Festival of Abaza language and literature
For the first time in Abkhazia - the big “Abaza” festival, which has been held in the KChR for many years. In the summer of 2019, an entire Abkhaz delegation visited it. We publish the sketches of these July days, written by our colleague, journalist Ekaterina Bebia.
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.
For the first time, the World Abaza Congress will hold the “Abaza” cultural and sports festival in Abkhazia.
October 3 is the birthday of a member of the Presidium of the WAC, our compatriot from Jordan, Anuar Chkua. During the visit of the delegation of the Congress to Jordan, the WAC web info portal communicated with this young and enthusiastic person.
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.