What happened in Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia in the week of November 23-28, 2020 - short video on developments in the South Caucasus
In Abkhazia, quarantine has been extended until January 12, 2021, schools are closed, but there is no distance education, just as it was not in the previous academic year
Review of the latest events in the Caucasus - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Russian peacekeepers in Karabakh, the energy crisis in Abkhazia, coronavirus
Agreements with Russia don’t help normalize the regime at the border
The stop to repair the Inguri hydroelectric power station will become a test for the Georgian energy system and will sharply aggravate the already large-scale energy crisis in Abkhazia
The Abkhazian energy system was brought to collapse by the political elite
What happened in Georgia, Azerbaijan and Armenia in the week of November 16-21, 2020 - short video on developments in the South Caucasus
A tornado passed through the resort of Pitsunda in Abkhazia, the stained glass windows of the boarding house were broken, the dolphinarium was partially destroyed, three relict pines were felled. No victims
According to experts, up to 30% of electricity consumption in Abkhazia is spent on cryptocurrency mining. The government failed to solve the problem either by ban or legalization
The current president of Abkhazia, unlike the previous ones, is unlikely to get away from Moscow's demands, painful for the Abkhaz society
The pedestrian bridge was built by a Russian MP without the agreement of Abkhazia, the Abkhaz opposition demands a response from the authorities
Suspected drug overdose caused the death of a woman coming to the prison to meet with an inmate. Prison management blamed for the death.
The budget's income is decreasing, with the difference to be covered through Russian aid
Abkhaz Diaspora in Moscow allocates money to a pay rise for Abkhaz doctors
Inal Khashig on the bank hold-up in Zugdidi in Georgia, which once again demonstrates the necessity for cooperation between Abkhaz and Georgian law enforcement
Abkhaz politician believes that it is the only way "to save the Abkhaz state from destruction"
Migrants from Uzbekistan can only return home through Russia, which does not let them in
At the height of the war in eastern Ukraine, more than 200 families from Luhansk and Donetsk found shelter in Abkhazia.