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Abkhazia is 'a country that doesn't exist'. An ex Soviet breakaway state, the region of Abkhazia went to war with Georgia (country) in the 90's, after the fall of the USSR, causing awful trauma and scores of refugees on both sides. Nowadays it is another so called 'frozen conflict' and Abkhazia de facto operates as a completely separate state from Georgia. The aim of this video is not in any way political, but to explain a little more about this little known conflict on the edge of the Black Sea and the human tragedy it has caused. After nearly 2 incredible months in Siberia, we have flown across Russia to the far south and the sub tropical city of Sochi. Nestled between the #BlackSea coast and the Caucasus Mountains, Sochi is the warmest city in Russia, the streets are lined with palm trees and its almost subtropical! Temperatures can reach +20'c even mid winter! In this video we explore the border with a troubled region of the ex Soviet Union and show you around part of this playground for Russia's rich and famous! Did you know that Russia had subtropical region? SUPPORT OUR CHANNEL: 🤍 😊 IF YOU ENJOYED THIS VIDEO PLEASE IT A THUMBS UP 👍 IT REALLY HELPS OUR CHANNEL GROW! :) DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS FROM OUR TRAVELS 3 TIMES A WEEK! - - We get all of our music for our vlogs from Epidemic Sound - FREE TRIAL - 🤍 - We make all of our thumbnails HERE - 🤍 - Our Travel Gear - 🤍 - For business enquiries - business🤍mattandjulia.co.uk Also, find us here: WEBSITE: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TIKTOK: 🤍tiktok.com/🤍mattandjuliatravel YOUTUBE: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 🎵 Music: All the music in this video comes from here: 🤍 - #travelrussia #sochi #explorerussia #caucasus #travelvlog #travel2021 #russia #abkhazia #georgia #border - Where Russia ends | Travelling Russia 2021 🇷🇺 The contentious border with ABKHAZIA / Georgia | Exploring SOCHI | Russia's subtropical resort town
Subscribe to France 24 now : 🤍 FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 🤍 To the outside world, it’s a country that does not exist. Or almost. Although Abkhazia seceded from Georgia and declared independence almost a quarter of a century ago, only a handful of countries recognise its existence, among them its powerful neighbour Russia. Our reporters returned to this small Caucasus republic, once nicknamed the "Pearl of the Black Sea", seeking international recognition. At the foot of the Caucasus Mountains, Abkhazia is a small territory of 240,000 inhabitants wedged between Georgia and Russia. At the time of the Soviet Union, it was an autonomous republic within the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic. After the fall of the Soviet bloc in 1992, Abkhazia declared independence, at the cost of a war lasting over a year against the Georgian rulers. The conflict claimed the lives of over 15,000 people and led to the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Georgians. A trauma still remembered today. Sixteen years later, in August 2008, when Georgia and Russia went to war for five days, Russia formally recognized Abkhazia, as well as South Ossetia, another breakaway republic of Georgia just a few thousand kilometres away. Tbilisi denounced a "blatant annexation" of its territory. This Russian recognition was quickly accompanied by a strengthening of Russia’s military presence and increased investment, including through the signature in 2014 of an "alliance and strategic partnership". In the shadow of Moscow Although the recognition of Abkhazia by Russia gives it a form of protection and economic development, it has more than anything made the small republic dependent on the Russian giant. Today, the Abkhazian state is recognized only by three other countries apart from Russia: Nicaragua, Venezuela and Nauru, a micro-state in the Pacific ... For the rest of the world, it is part of Georgia. Our reporters visited this small piece of land with a subtropical climate and lush nature, once nicknamed the "Pearl of the Black Sea" and a favourite holiday destination of the Soviet intelligentsia. They met war veterans, politicians, businessmen and Russian tourists, and looked at how this tiny self-declared republic that lives in the shadow of Moscow is trying to evolve and assert its identity. Visit our website : 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel : 🤍 Like us on Facebook : 🤍 Follow us on Twitter : 🤍
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Abkhazia is a partially recognised state located on the eastern coast of the Black Sea, south of the Greater Caucasus mountains. In this video: Shakuran canyon, Khashupse canyon, Velikan waterfall, Towns Polyana and Djantukha, Coal mine №8, Tonnels of Sukhumi Institute of Physics and Technology, Sanatorium Mayak in Gagra, Gristmill in Eshera, Abandoned trains in Sukhumi, Vardnili Hydroelectric Power Station 1, Vardnili Hydroelectric Power Station 3, Abandoned Dredgers in Gudaa, Town Gudaa (Primorsk), Compound feed plant in Ochamchira, music - Sonnov - Oqi, Sonnov - Mofxa, Sonnov - Fyagar, Sonnov - Ejyv, Sonnov - 光的天空, Sonnov - Pater, Sonnov - Gaziw, Sonnov - The light in her eyes, 🤍 , ( if you want to use this music, please contact the author 🤍 🤍 ) , camera - gopro 10, panasonic g7, dji osmo action, lenses - panasonic 14-42, panasonic 12-32, stabilizer - moza mini p, flashlights - wurkkos TS70, lumintop odf 30c, september 2021, june 2022
I have traveled to the unrecognized country of Abkhazia to find out from the source what is Abkhazia. Is Abkhazia Independent, Part of Georgia Or Russia? I will show you what the people, tourists, and government officials have to say about Abkhazia, Georgia, and Russia. Join Team PLnewstoday and help me show the world what is really happening in the unrecognized countries around the world plus get access to more premium content. Subscribe at 🤍
Abkhazia is a self-governing territory, a de facto state that is relatively stable and certainly not on the verge of collapse. However, it is internationally isolated with its main route to the world going through Russia. Read Thomas de Waal's report on Abkhazia and other de facto states in Europe: 🤍
Since the beginning of a new school year, schoolchildren in the Gali/Gal region of Abkhazia, where ethnic Georgians reside, no longer study in Georgian – the last, 11th, grades, which until now had such an opportunity, switched to the Russian language, thus completing the transition of the local schools to the Russian-language program, with separate Georgian language courses. Jam News brings you reporting from both sides of the issue. Read the full article here: 🤍 JAMnews offer latest news about the developments in the region in five languages, reporting exclusively verified data from Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Russia, Turkey, as well as from the disputed regions of Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Nagorno Karabakh. We offer professional and impartial analysis on the major trends and developments, thus seeking to help people from different regions of the Caucasus to get to know each other better. Do you want to stay informed? Subscribe to our newsletter: 🤍 Find JAMnews on Facebook - 🤍 Find JAMnews on Instagram - 🤍 Follow JAMnews on Twitter - 🤍 Subscribe to our channel - 🤍 Support JAMnews - 🤍
The Pacific island nation of Nauru is extremely enthusiastic about its diplomatic relations with two Russian-backed breakaway republics: Abkhazia and South Ossetia. These countries are all small, poor, and 8,000 miles apart, but yet dignitaries fly back and forth between them constantly. Here's the full story. Music by Isaac Vaught: 🤍 Sound effects obtained from 🤍 Recommended Nauru videos: Hitchhiking An Island Nation | Nauru Island (by Anthony Perez) 🤍 NAURU: I walked around a country!!! (by Once Upon a Saga) 🤍 Ramblin' Randy in Nauru - Three Days on the Island (by R Dub!) 🤍 Recommended Abkhazia video: This Republic Almost Doesn't Exist #3 (by Niels & Imo - in Dutch) 🤍
This is a picturesque valley of the Aaldzga River in the eastern part of Abkhazia - a state located between the Black Sea and the Caucasus Mountains and not recognized by most countries of the world. The history of the modern republic of Abkhazia begins with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and the Georgian-Abkhaz war of 1992-1993, as a result of which Abkhazia proclaimed its independence from Georgia. One of the combat areas was Tkwarchal (Tkvarcheli) - an industrial city in the east of Abkhazia. Three suburbs of Tkvarcheli - Akarmara, Jantukha and Polyana are located 10–12 km to the east, upstream of the Aaldzga River. These settlements were connected with Tkvarcheli by road and railway. Nowadays this dismantled and abandoned railway is a convenient place for grazing livestock. Akarmara was a mining town specializing in coal mining. The construction of the town was started in the Stalin's era. It consisted of a dozen five-storey residential buildings with all required infrastructure - there were hotel, school, hospital, restaurant, palace of culture, cinema, boarding house and market. Some buildings were constructed by German prisoners after the World War II in the Stalinist Сlassicism style. During the Georgian-Abkhaz war, the Tkvarcheli with its suburbs survived a one-year siege by Georgian forces. Georgia failed to regain Abkhazia under its control and in 1993 the war ended. Most Georgians, who made up half of the 500,000 population of Abkhazia, left the country. As well as other states of the former Soviet Union, in the 90-s Abkhazia experienced a catastrophic industrial decline. All of the 8 coal mines in the vicinity of Akarmara, Jantukha and Polyana were closed. (nevertheless, surface coal mining is still ongoing at an altitude of 1600m) Due to all these factors, Akarmara was almost abandoned. Some buildings became overgrown, others are abandoned recently. There are also habitable five-story buildings. Nowadays, several dozen people live in Akarmara and there is one road stall, which also serves as a place for news sharing. Local residents are engaged in cattle breeding and beekeeping. Recently, Akarmara has become an attractive place for tourists and fans of post-apocalypse. music - Robert Rich - The Night Sky Replies, Robert Rich - Erasing Traces, Robert Rich & Alio Die - Turning To Stone camera - panasonic gh2 lenses - panasonic 14-42 , panasonic 45-150 stabilizer - flycam junior june 2016
Day trip from the most developed resort of Russia (Sochi) to a partially recognised state of Abkhazia, and its once luxurious resort of Gagra. 😎 COMMENT 😍 LIKE 😁 SUBSCRIBE FOLLOW ME Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍
A View from Europe Many speak and write about Abkhazia in heated terms. This small country had first to withstand a brutal war, and then a harsh economic blockade. It has since proclaimed its independence and is striving to achieve international recognition. Beyond its frontiers, very few know the pre-history of this state. Here two Englishmen introduce this Black Sea country to an international audience. The author of the script and the presenter is Professor George Hewitt, a specialist on the Caucasus (particularly its languages) who has visited Abkhazia many times. But his companion in this trip, a member of the House of Lords in the British Parliament, Lord Nicholas Rea, is here for the first time. Whilst Professor Hewitt acquaints the audience with the history and culture of Abkhazia, Lord Rea off-screen independently studies the life of this society. When they meet again at the end of the film, the presenter and his companion share the same conclusion: despite the difficult conditions, Abkhazia has managed to construct and develop a democratic society. It has now existed for 15 years and continues to progress successfully and independently, transforming itself into a fully-fledged State. The film is addressed to the widest possible audience and for this purpose has been translated into many languages. 🤍abkhazworld.com
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You can now support this channel via Patreon, by accessing the link bellow. Thank you! 🤍 Learn, Share, Subscribe The African series: 🤍 The Oceanian series: 🤍 The American Series: 🤍 The Asian series: 🤍 The European Series: 🤍 Social Media: 🤍 🤍 In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Abkhazia. More information about the video content bellow: 1. Abkhazia is a partially recognized state on the eastern coast of the Black Sea and the south-western flank of the Caucasus Mountains, south of Russia and northwest of Georgia proper. The separatist Abkhazian polity, formally the Republic of Abkhazia or Apsny, is recognised only by Russia and a small number of other countries. 2. The history of the area is complicated, to say the least, but the modern dispute began with the end of the Soviet Union. As the USSR weakened, Abkhaz and Georgian ethnics had disagreed on how to move forward, as the Abkhaz leaders feared that an independent Georgia would dissolve their autonomy. Soon, ethnic tensions arose. 3. By 1992, the tensions evolved into an all-out war. During the war, gross human rights violations were reported on both sides. Georgian troops have been accused of having committed looting and murders "for the purpose of terrorising, robbing and driving the Abkhaz population out of their homes" in the first phase of the war (according to Human Rights Watch), while Georgia blames the Abkhaz forces and their allies for the ethnic cleansing of Georgians in Abkhazia. 4. During the Georgian–Abkhaz conflict, the Russian authorities and military supplied logistical and military aid to the separatist side. Today, Russia still maintains a strong political and military influence over separatist rule in Abkhazia. Russia has also issued passports to the citizens of Abkhazia since 2000 (as Abkhazian passports cannot be used for international travel) and subsequently paid them retirement pensions and other monetary benefits. 5. The world's deepest known cave, Krubera (Voronja) Cave ("The Crows' Cave"), is located in Abkhazia's western Caucasus mountains. The latest survey (as of September 2006) has measured the vertical extent of this cave system as 2,158 meters between its highest and lowest explored points. 6. Capital of Abkhazia is Sukhumi, a city established by Greek colonists. Much of the ancient city is now under the waters of the Black Sea. 7. Tourism is a key industry and, according to Abkhazia's authorities, almost a million tourists (mainly from Russia) came to Abkhazia in 2007. Despite the controversial status of the territory and its damaged infrastructure, tourism in Abkhazia grew following the Russian recognition of Abkhazian independence in 2008 due to the arrival of Russian tourists. More Info: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Music: Tocaio – Naps 🤍 Images: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Intro video: 🤍
Abkhazia is one of the most unknown countries in the world. It is a debatable country. It is listed as a United Nation state but does not have full United Nation rights. I went there to see it for myself. Follow my travels at IG: wandering_dentist Subscribe to see videos about every country in the world - Other Side of the Truth - #DustyPfundheller #othersideofthetruth
The “Law on the Occupied Territories” affected all spheres of life in Abkhazia, from the economy to the social sphere. But above all, it hit ordinary people. JAMnews asked residents of Abkhazia what issues still persist due to the unresolved Georgian-Abkhaz conflict. Support JAMnews - 🤍 Find JAMnews on Facebook - 🤍 Follow JAMnews on twitter - 🤍
War in Abkhazia (1992–1993) The War in Abkhazia from 1992 to 1993 was fought between Georgian government forces and Abkhaz separatist forces. The conflict lasted one year and one month with Abkhazia becoming an independent republic at the end of it. song used: j^p^n - scarce This video is completely apolitical I don't own anything, no copyright infringement intended. All rights go to their owners
This joint project of Georgian and Abkhazian reporters shows how ten years after the end of the war between Georgia and Abkhazia, a Georgian journalist makes his first trip back to Abkhazia to find out what life is like in a war-damaged unrecognized republic. This film was produced together with our partners Studio Re.
English Documentary film on war in Abkhazia (western Georgia) and genocide of Georgian civilians conducted by Russia and its allies in 1992-93
This article refers to the history of Abkhazia from its pre-historic settlement by the lower-paleolithic hunter-gatherers to the post-1992-1993 war situation. Prehistoric settlement Lower Paleolithic hunting-gathering encampments formed the first known settlements on the territory of modern-day Abkhazia. The earliest examples have been unearthed at the sites of Iashkhtva, Gumista, Kelasuri, and Ochamchire. Upper Paleolithic culture settled chiefly the coastline. Mesolithic and Neolithic periods brought larger permanent settlements, and marked the beginning of farming, animal husbandry, and the production of ceramics. The earliest artifacts of megalithic culture appeared in the early 3rd millennium BC and continued into the Bronze Age as the so-called dolmens of Abkhazia, typically consisting of four upright mass stones and a capstone, some of them weighing as much as 50 tonnes. A dolmen from the Eshera archaeological site is the best studied prehistoric monument of this type. The Late Bronze Age saw the development of more advanced bronze implements, and continued into the Iron Age as a part of the Colchian culture , which covered most of what is now western Georgia and part of northeastern Anatolia. Abkhazia in antiquity The written history of Abkhazia largely begins with the coming of the Milesian Greeks to the coastal Colchis in the 6th-5th centuries BC. They founded their maritime colonies along the eastern shore of the Black Sea, with Dioscurias being one of the most important principal centers of trade. This city, said to be so named for the Dioscuri, the twins Castor and Pollux of classical mythology, is presumed to have subsequently developed into the modern-day Sukhumi. Other notable colonies were Gyenos, Triglitis, and later Pityus, arguably near the modern-day coastal towns of Ochamchire, Gagra, and Pitsunda, respectively.
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Abkhazia - Abkhazian Apsar The apsaris a currency of Abkhazia. The first apsar coins were introduced in 2008. While the coins are mostly made for coin collectors. Russian ruble is frequently used for transactions. Visit Coin house kochi to learn more about coins, and coin collection!
While visiting Abkhazia I came to an abandoned city of Akamara. The ghost town which population decreased from 5000 to only 50 people. This is an absolutely off the beaten track 😎 COMMENT 😍 LIKE 😁 SUBSCRIBE FOLLOW ME Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍
This song is originated from a poem by Terent Chania (Терент Ҷаниа) I asked my Abkhazian friend to translate the lyrics but he said it's really hard to translate. Used Video 1. Ethnographic male choir 'Abkhazia' 'Without you' Soloist A. Khagba.
Why do South Ossetia and Abkhazia Exist? 🇬🇪 In 2008, Russia launched a brutal war against its Southern neighbor, Georgia. But why? - 👍 Support my work here: 🤍 ☕ Buy me a coffee: 🤍 📺 Follow Me On Odysee: 🤍 📡 Non-Patreon Discord Server: 🤍 📕 Reading List: 🤍 (affiliate) 💼 Business email: arglobalsec🤍gmail.com 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 🌐 Facebook: 🤍 📋 LinkedIn: 🤍 🔗 Linktree: 🤍 ℹ️ All sources on Patreon. ☑️ Please like, comment and subscribe! Thank you for watching! - In 2008, Russia launched a brutal war against its southerly neighbour - Georgia. The result? The breakaway territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Why did Russia split these territories off of Georgia? Geopolitical leverage. Fundamentally, by breaking off Abkhazia and South Ossetia, Russia crushed Georgia's hopes of joining NATO, and limited the scope of its potential for better foreign relations with the West.
CapturedByRob provides viewers with a short look into the Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic of Abkhazia (2015).
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A big scandal has been caused in Abkhazia by the decision of the government to transfer the state dacha in the famous seaside resort of Pitsunda into the possession of Russia. This is part of the reserve with an area of 184 hectares with a relic park of Pitsunda pine. Historian Astamur Tania and editor of JAMnews in Abkhazia / editor of the Chegemskaya Pravda newspaper Inal Khashig discussed the problem in the new issue of the Conversation program. JAMnews offer the latest news about the developments in the region in five languages, reporting exclusively verified data from Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Russia, Turkey, and the disputed regions of Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Nagorno Karabakh. We offer professional and impartial analysis of the major trends and developments, thus seeking to help people from different regions of the Caucasus to get to know each other better. Here are more stories, opinions and comments from the authors of the all-Caucasus Youth Group Generation Genius 👉 🤍 Do you want to stay informed? Subscribe to our newsletter: 🤍 Find JAMnews on Facebook - 🤍 Find JAMnews on Instagram - 🤍 Follow JAMnews on Twitter - 🤍 Subscribe to our channel - 🤍 Support JAMnews - 🤍