The Day of Remembrance of the victims of the Caucasian War was commemorated in Abkhazia by laying flowers at the monument, lighting the Ashamaka candle and the Nart bonfire.
An event dedicated to the memory of the famous Caucasian scholar Anatoly Genko was held at the Kunstkamera Museum in St. Petersburg.
A press screening of a new documentary about the Abkhazian song, filmed as part of the WAC project on the intangible heritage of the Abkhaz-Abaza people, was held in Sukhum.
The WAC is preparing to hold the second game of the television intellectual project "Иaрбан? Иаба? Ианба?" Teams from Abkhazia and KChR, as well as the organizers of the project, held a Skype session to know each other and discuss preparations for the upcoming game.
The Sukhum office of the WAC held an open lecture "The Abkhaz language is the oldest source in the study of the history of the people". The lecture was held by the historian Dzhambul Indzhgiya.
A new documentary film about the Abkhazian song continued the "Amazara" project of the WAC and the ANO "Alashara" about the intangible heritage of the Abkhaz-Abaza people. The filmmakers told the WAC information portal about the making of the film and the working process.
A modern outdoor sports ground - a workout was equipped n the village of Lykhny, Gudauta district, on the initiative of the local branch of the WAC.
Another "Soul Warmth" action - charitable support for those in need in the form of distribution of sets of clothes and shoes - was held in Abkhazia.
An evening dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the Abaza writing was held at the Abkhazian State University.
Members of the Congress team discussed live on Facebook the results of the election campaign to the Parliament of Abkhazia and plans for the future.