"The authorities of Abkhazia behave like ordinary provincial heads of some subsidised region of Russia"
The Russian oligarch will pay for the consumed electricity at a tariff designated for schools and hospitals.
Opinion of the new airport in Sukhum is divided between those who view it as a scam or unprofitable, and those more optimistic
Control at the border has been strengthened, security forces have been alarmed
The bill provides for the construction of 30,000 apartments over 10 years
Sukhum airport to reopen by 2024 with alleged support from Oleg Deripaska
The opposition leader believes that a significant share of the blame lies with the government, which is too inert in relations with the Kremlin.
Interaction without diplomatic relations is how relations between Georgia and Russia have been characterized, to the detriment of Abkhazia
Opinion of a political scientist on how the political crisis in Georgia may affect Abkhazia and how Georgian-Abkhaz relations will develop
Abkhazian President Aslan Bzhania goes into quarantine officially due to COVID-19, but those on social networks doubt it
Experts in Abkhazia are worried at the prospect of warming relations between Georgia and Russia
The threat of a "second front", anti-Russian sanctions, and reforms that never happened - discussion in Abkhazia
JAMnews editor Inal Khashig and historian Astamur Tania discuss the problems of Abkhazia, including the domestic political crisis and the Georgian-Abkhaz negotiation process
Abkhazia proposes to make Minsk an alternative platform for resolving the Georgian-Abkhazian conflict.
Said Gezerdava, a member of the State Commission for Constitutional Reform, on propganda in Abkhazia
It appears that the Abkhazian president has decided on one course: copying the Russian model of governance in Abkhazia
Residents believe the matter is political, but no clarity has been offered from either side.
The opposition of Abkhazia are demanding punishment of officials who allowed inaccurate data in the text of the agreement for transferring Pitsunda estate to Russia.
Local experts consider Volodin’s statement that “[w]e believe that friendship is a two-way street” to be an important message and even a veiled threat.