Abkhazian


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a member of the Circassian people who live to the east of the Black Sea

a Circassian language spoken by the Abkhaz

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of or relating to Abkazia or its people or their language

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"Articles of the agreement stipulate for exchanging training sport camps and course in different games of the Syrian and Abkhazian clubs and national teams," President of the National Olympic Committee of Abkhazia Valery Arshba said in a press statement.
"Abkhazian President Raul Khadzhimba recently wrapped up a meeting with law enforcement and security agencies.
According to Article 4 of the 2014 Alliance and Strategic Partnership Agreement between the Republic of Abkhazia and the Russian Federation, Abkhazian foreign policies are to be in harmony with those of Moscow.
Abkhazian residents can easily get Russian passports -- which offer their only possibility to travel to Western countries.
Gennady Tsvinariya, president of Nart FC made the offer to Suarez, saying: "Of course we cannot offer the Uruguayan footballer a financial package that he is used to, but the Abkhazian championship is at its peak." When you put it like that, who could say no?
First Deputy of the Jordan Chamber of Commerce Board Issa Murad discussed with a delegation from the Abkhazian Chamber of Trade and Industry means of boosting economic and trade relations between Jordan and Abkhazia.
During Sunday's first ever visit by a Russian president to the regions since the war two years ago, Dmitry Medvedev met with the Abkhazian leader Sergei Bagapsh in Sukhumi, the main city of Abkhazia.
This was one of the major goals that we set at that time and at the same time we were trying to use the international community, the European Union, and their donorship to help facilitate and implement the processes in economic, cultural and other relations, which would also help the Georgian and Abkhazian societies get closer and only after that we'd touch upon the status-related issues.
Tbilisi has had no say in South Ossetian affairs since the war instigated there by Georgia's first post-communist leader, the late Zviad Gamsakhurdia, ended with the Dagomys Agreement in June 1992, just as it has had no say in Abkhazian affairs since the war imposed on the republic by Eduard Shevardnadze on 14th August 1992 ended with the expulsion of Georgian forces at the end of September 1993.
Now is the time for Georgian, Russian, Abkhazian, and Ossetian civilians who are bearing the brunt of the conflict to come together to stop imperial chess games that kill thousands of people and leave thousands more displaced and emotionally wounded.
In addition, one Georgian police officer was killed and three others wounded at the weekend by separatist Abkhazian fighters.
DESPITE officially recognizing the territorial integrity of Georgia since it became independent with the collapse of the old Soviet Union in 1991, Russia has supported Abkhazian and South Ossetian rebels seeking to break away from Georgian rule.
We heard that Abkhazian irregulars had been looting nearby and we tried to get into villages to see the evidence.
They also moved into the town of Zugdidi where they seized police stations, while Abkhazian forces took control of the nearby village of Kurga.
The UN is in the area to monitor a peace agreement between Abkhazian and Georgian groups.