The Congress presented national Abkhazian games and films based on the WAC project “Amazara” on “Abkhazian song” and “Ancient Abkhazian armor” at the festival.
Within the framework of the “Amazara” project of the World Abaza Congress and the ANO “Alashara”, another film dedicated to the Abkhazian armor was made about the intangible and cultural heritage of the Abkhaz-Abaza people.
Three teams competed for the title of champion in the tournament in the national sports game "Аимцакьачара".
The event was dedicated to the problems of the formation and functioning of public authority.
The World Abaza Congress facilitated a two-day traveling exhibition of cradles, which are part of the permanent exhibition of the State Museum of the Patriotic War of the People of Abkhazia named after Sergey Dbar in Gudauta.
The Coordinating Council of Women of Abkhazia at the World Abaza Congress held a round table on the role of women in bringing victory closer. The event is dedicated to the celebration of the 30th anniversary of Victory in the Patriotic War of the People of Abkhazia of 1992-1993.
As part of the medical examination, a team of doctors examined the adult and child population of the village of Pskhu.