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Abkhazia

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Abkhazia is located in eastern Europe, to the west of Georgia. It is not considered an independent state, rather, it is known as a Russian-occupied territory. Questions on its turbulent past, culture and other geographical facts can go in this category.
Climate is influenced by what is on earth, solar conditions, and the area you are talking about.
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Abkhazia is a part of Georgia and is located in Caucasus, east from Black Sea, north from Turkey, south from Russia
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Because in the war between Russia and Georgia, Abkhazia and South Ossetia took side with the Russians, so it's like the Russians owe them something. The Russians also bribed Nauru to recognize Abkhazia and South Ossetia by giving them aid
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The 3 parts of the circulatory system are the heart, the blood vessels and the blood. The heart is the pump that circulates the blood throughout the body. The blood vessels are the arteries, veins, and capillaries that the blood travels through. The blood supplies our cells with oxygen, nutrients, a…
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About 216,000
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It has an okay economy, but is not rich.
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Look at the Wikipedia Page
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3200 miles, or 36 hours by car.
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Georgian Iari & Russian Ruble
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It is in Asia.
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Fly to Russia or Georgia and take a car
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technically no, but it is a de facto country with its own government citizenship passport and currency. de facto means it is in all reality a country, but not officially a country. for example. The United States between 1776 and 1783 would be considered De Facto. the Confederate States Of America wo…
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Abkhazia is located in Asia
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Valeri Bganba is the acting President of Abkhazia. He is the current Speaker of the House and became the acting President of Abkhazia on 2014 June 1 after President Alexander Ankvab resigned. Vladimir Delba is the Acting Prime Minister. Elections are expected in late August.
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Sergei Miron-ipa Shamba since 13 February in 2010
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it has all that it needs to be independent, but is only recognised by Nauru, Nicaragua,Russia, Tuvalu, Vanuatu and Venezuela as an independant nation
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I hear Gagra, an old abandoned beach resort is very beautiful
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Abkhaz or Abkhazian
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No.
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Abkhazia has a wonderful suptropical region with an average of 60o F and a January average of 40oF. It also has a mountainous region which is cold and summerless. There are high amounts of precipitation throughout the whole of Abkhazia.
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If you mean metro systems: 0If you meant the restaurant Subway: 0
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The seven countries in Central America are (from north to south) Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama. Mexico is often included as a region with these countries.
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Leonid Lakerbaia is the Prime Minister of Abkhazia in 2013. He became the Prime Minister on 2011 September 27, appointed by President Alexander Ankvab.
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Sergei Uasyl-ipa Bagapsh was the President of Abkhazia at the start of 2011. He was replaced by Alexander Ankvab on May 29 of that year. Bagapsh was also the Prime Minister of Abkhazia from 1997 April 29 to 1999 December 20. He became the 2nd President of Abkhazia on 2005 February 12 serving with Vi…
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Sergei Uasyl-ipa Bagapsh was the President of Abkhazia in 2010. He became the 2nd President of Abkhazia on 2005 February 12, serving until 2011 May 29. Bagapsh served with Vice Presidents Raul Khajimba and Alexander Ankvab, whom would become President after Bagapsh. Bagapsh was also the Prime Minist…
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Sergei Uasyl-ipa Bagapsh was the President of Abkhazia in 2009. He became the 2nd President of Abkhazia on 2005 February 12, serving until 2011 May 29. Bagapsh served with Vice Presidents Raul Khajimba and Alexander Ankvab, whom would become President after Bagapsh. Bagapsh was also the Prime Minist…
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Sergei Uasyl-ipa Bagapsh was the President of Abkhazia in 2008. He became the 2nd President of Abkhazia on 2005 February 12, serving until 2011 May 29. Bagapsh served with Vice Presidents Raul Khajimba and Alexander Ankvab, whom would become President after Bagapsh. Bagapsh was also the Prime Minist…
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Sergei Uasyl-ipa Bagapsh was the President of Abkhazia in 2007. He became the 2nd President of Abkhazia on 2005 February 12, serving until 2011 May 29. Bagapsh served with Vice Presidents Raul Khajimba and Alexander Ankvab, whom would become President after Bagapsh. Bagapsh was also the Prime Minist…
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Sergei Uasyl-ipa Bagapsh was the President of Abkhazia in 2006. He became the 2nd President of Abkhazia on 2005 February 12, serving until 2011 May 29. Bagapsh served with Vice Presidents Raul Khajimba and Alexander Ankvab, whom would become President after Bagapsh. Bagapsh was also the Prime Minist…
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Sergei Miron-ipa Shamba was the Prime Minister of Abkhazia at the start of 2011. He was replaced on September 27th by Leonid Lakerbaia.Shamba took office on 2010 February 13 succeeding Alexander Ankvab whom was appointed Vice President. Lakerbaia became the Prime Minister on 2011 September 27, appo…
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either the Russian Ruble or the Abkhazian Aspar.
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Leonid Lakerbaia is the Prime Minister of Abkhazia in 2013. He became the Prime Minister on 2011 September 27, appointed by President Alexander Ankvab.
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Leonid Lakerbaia was the Prime Minister of Abkhazia in 2012. He became the Prime Minister on 2011 September 27, appointed by President Alexander Ankvab.
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Alexander Ankvab was the President of Abkhazia in 2012. Alexander Ankvab was the Prime Minister of Abkhazia from 2005 February 14 to 2010 February 13. When Sergei Uasyl-ipa Bagapsh became President on 2005 February 12, Ankvab was made a vice president. Upon Bagapsh's death due to cancer on 2011 May …
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Alexander Ankvab was the President of Abkhazia in 2013. Alexander Ankvab was the Prime Minister of Abkhazia from 2005 February 14 to 2010 February 13. When Sergei Uasyl-ipa Bagapsh became President on 2005 February 12, Ankvab was made a vice president. Upon Bagapsh's death due to cancer on 2011 Ma…
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Abkhazia is on the eastern end of the Black sea. It is a coastal territory to the south west of the Caucasus and, although it considers itself an indepedant state, this status is disputed by the state of Georgia, who considers it to be under its sovereignty.
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The west indies where named by christopher columbus however we today call it the carribean a series of islands in carribean sea
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According to Wikipedia, it is a state with limited recognition in Asia.
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Abkhazia was created on 1994-11-26.
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Military of Abkhazia was created on 1992-10-12.
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Kingdom of Abkhazia ended in 1008.
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Flag of Abkhazia was created in 1991.
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Principality of Abkhazia ended in 1864.
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United Abkhazia was created on 2004-03-25.
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Battle off the coast of Abkhazia happened on 2008-08-10.
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George II of Abkhazia died in 960.
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Government of the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia was created on 1991-04-09.
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Forum for the National Unity of Abkhazia was created on 2005-02-08.
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Upper Abkhazia was created in 2006.
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Alexander Ankvab was the President of Abkhazia at the start of 2014. He resigned on June 1. Valeri Bganba is the acting President of Abkhazia. Ankvab was the 3rd President of Abkhazia serving from 2011 May 29 to 2014 June 1. He was first made acting President when the previous President Sergei Ba…
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia at the start of 2005. Sergei Uasyl-ipa Bagapsh replaced him on February 12. Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position …
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia in 2004. Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position on 1994 November 26, serving until 2005 February 12. This election t…
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia in 2003. Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position on 1994 November 26, serving until 2005 February 12. This election t…
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia in 2002.Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position on 1994 November 26, serving until 2005 February 12. This election took…
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia in 2001. Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position on 1994 November 26, serving until 2005 February 12. This election t…
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia in 2000. Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position on 1994 November 26, serving until 2005 February 12. This election t…
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia in 1999. Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position on 1994 November 26, serving until 2005 February 12. This election t…
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia in 1998. Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position on 1994 November 26, serving until 2005 February 12. This election t…
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia in 1997. Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position on 1994 November 26, serving until 2005 February 12. This election t…
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia in 1996. Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position on 1994 November 26, serving until 2005 February 12. This election t…
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia in 1995. Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position on 1994 November 26, serving until 2005 February 12. This election t…
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Vladislav Ardzinba was the President of Abkhazia in 1994, as of November 26 of that year. Previously the Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of Abkhazia from 1990 December 24, Ardzinba was elected by parliament as the first President of Abkhazia, taking the position on 1994 November 26, serving until 2…
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