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The transformation of national identity was discussed at the WAC Discussion Club
The meeting of the Discussion Club of the World Abaza Congress on the "Causes and consequences of the transformation of the national identity of the Abkhazians and Abaza in the modern world" was held in a round table format on September 23. The experts at the round table were: ethnologist, doctor of historical sciences Valery Biguaa, candidate of historical sciences, member of the WAC Supreme Council Dzhambul Indzhgia, archery teacher, member of the "Afyrkhy" archery club Ilona Vouba, as well as members of the working group of the Discussion Club. https://abaza.org/en/913
WAC took part in commemorative events in honor of the Hero of Abkhazia Alkhazur Suleymanov
Employees of the World Abaza Congress, at the invitation of the head of the Museum of Military Glory named after Vladislav Ardzinba Mziya Beya, took part in commemorative events in honor of the Hero of Abkhazia Alkhazur Suleymanov on September 23.
Alkhazur Suleymanov is one of the first Chechen volunteers who came to Abkhazia and fought in the PWPA in 1992-1993.
Commemorative events were dedicated to the transfer of the Hero's personal belongings to the Museum by his wife Angela Suleymanova: a certificate of the Hero of Abkhazia, a military uniform, swords, a nominal pistol donated by Vladislav Ardzinba and other relics. In January 2022, at the age of 63, Alkhazur Suleymanov passed away.
Local branch of the WAC opened in the village of Zvandripsh
A local branch of the World Abaza Congress was opened in the village of Zvandripsh, Gudauta district. Bagrat Chalmaz became the head of the LB. The local branch included: Lamara Chkotua, Artur Pkhazaria, Batal Gunba, Dzhuma Gabunia.
A stone with a face: a drawing of the Hero of Abkhazia Rauf Dzhikirba was found 30 years later
The drawing on the stone of the Hero of Abkhazia Rauf Dzhikirba was found thanks to a joint search of the Youth Association of Abkhazia "Apeipsh", the Museum of Military Glory named after V.G. Ardzinba, the World Abaza Congress and the Special Purpose Center of the State Security Service of Abkhazia after 30 years in the village of Guma.
"The Way to Harmony": a new project of the WAC was presented in Sukhum
The World Abaza Congress presented a new project of the Coordinating Council of Women of Abkhazia "The Way to Harmony" at the press center of the WAC in Sukhum.
The WAC conducted trainings on first aid and national games in the village of Abgarkhuk
Within the framework of the new project of the WAC, together with the invited specialist of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, Indira Amichba, a training was held on first aid for schoolchildren in the village of Abgarkhuk. As part of the visit, a master class on national games was also held for children as well as cartoons and a film of the "Amazara" WAC project were shown.
A local branch of the WAC was opened in the village of Otap.
A local branch of the World Abaza Congress was opened in the village of Otap, Ochamchira district. Ruslan Kutelia headed the department. The local branch included: Sabrina Khalvash, Dato Kutelia, Mimoza Karkhalava, Remzik Adleyba, Rembo Adleyba, Violetta Kutelia, Slema Kutelia, Ilona Bodzhgua, George Adleiba.
A local branch of the WAC was opened in the village of Arasadzykh.
A local branch of the World Abaza Congress was opened in the village of Arasadzykh, Ochamchira district. Asida Vouba was appointed head of the branch. The LB also included: Zinaida Chkhamalia, Ruslan Gogia, Tsira Tsugba, Marina Pachulia, Raisa Tsulukia, Ramin Kadzhaya.
Sergey Bebia’s study "Forests of Abkhazia" on the threats to the unique flora of Abkhazia was discussed at a round table
As part of the work of the Discussion Club, the WAC, together with the Academy of Sciences of Abkhazia, held a round table on the "Fundamental research of academician Sergey Bebia "Forests of Abkhazia" and modern threats to ecological balance and the unique flora of the Republic".
The WAC conducted classes on national games and showed cartoons for schoolchildren in the village of Tamysh.
WAC employees organized classes in national Abkhaz games for schoolchildren in the village of Tamysh. Then the children were shown films and cartoons in the Abkhaz language