Abkhazia

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Abkhazia
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Map centered on the Caucasus indicating Abkhazia

(orange)
and Georgia proper and South Ossetia (grey).

Administration
Abkhazia Republic of Abkhaziaa (de facto)
Government Unitary semi-presidential republic
President Raul Khajimba
Prime Minister Beslan Bartsits
Legislature People's Assembly
Official languages Template:Hlist
Currency
Calling code +7 840Template:\940b
 Georgia (de jure)
Region Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia
Government Autonomous republic in exile
Calling code +995 44b
Population  
 - 2012 estimated 242,862[1]
 - 2011 census;d 240,705 [2]
Timezone GET (UTC+4)

a. Partially recognised state

b. Abkhazia is available by both Russian and Georgian calling codes[3][4]

c. Both separatist and autonomous governments consider Sukhumi (Sokhumi) to be the capital of Abkhazia, with the autonomous government left Sukhumi in 1993 (see War in Abkhazia (1992–93)). In 1993—2006 the autonomous government was located in Tbilisi, in 2006 it moved into Chkhalta and since 2008, after loss of control over Upper Abkhazia, it is again located in Tbilisi

d. Population data reported by separatist government

Abkhazia (Abkhaz: Аҧсны Apsny Template:IPA-all; Template:Lang-ka Template:I-Apkhazeti Template:IPA-ka; Template:Lang-rus) indawo ehlonishwayo kwicala elingasempuma ye- uLwandle oluMnyama kunye nezantsi-ntshona-ntshona ye Caucasus Mountains, ngasezantsi yeRashiya kunye nenyakatho-ntshona ye Georgia. Ihlanganisa Template:Guqula kwaye inabantu abangama-240,000. Inkulu yalo Sukhumi. Ukwahlukana kwe-Abkhazian ukuziphatha, ngokusemthethweni Republic of Abkhazia okanye Apsny,[5][6][7][8][9] Iqondwa kuphela iRashiya kunye [noKwamkelwa kwamazwe ngamazwe ka-Abkhazia kunye neSouth Ossetia | inombolo encinane kwamanye amazwe]]. Ngelixa iGeorgia ingakwazi ukulawula u-Abkhazia, Urhulumente waseGeorgia (ilizwe) urhulumente waseGeorgia, iZizwe eziManyeneyo kunye nobuninzi boorhulumente behlabathi bajonga u-Abkhazia inxalenye ye [[Georgi] (ilizwe) | Georgia]], Umgaqo-siseko owuchaza indawo I-Republic of Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia.

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  1. "Georgia". Citypopulation. 2012-01-01. http://www.citypopulation.de/Georgia.html. Retrieved 2012-12-20.
  2. "Численность населения Абхазии составляет 240 705 человек". apsnypress.info. 2011-12-28. http://www.apsnypress.info/news/chislennost-naseleniya-abkhazii-sostavlyaet-240-705-chelovek/?sphrase_id=7619. Retrieved 2015-07-15.
  3. "Abkhazia remains available by Georgian phone codes". today.az. 6 January 2010. http://www.today.az/print/news/georgia/58953.html. Retrieved 20 January 2010.
  4. "World Telephone Numbering Guide". wtng.info. http://www.wtng.info/wtng-995-ge.html.
  5. "Constitution of the Republic of Abkhazia (Apsny)". Abkhazworld.com. http://abkhazworld.com/aw/reports-and-key-texts/607-constitution-of-the-republic-of-abkhazia-apsny. Retrieved 31 May 2016.
  6. Olga Oliker, Thomas S. Szayna. Faultlines of Conflict in Central Asia and the South Caucasus: Implications for the U.S. Army. Rand Corporation, 2003, Template:ISBN.
  7. Clogg, Rachel (January 2001). "Abkhazia: ten years on". Conciliation Resources. http://www.c-r.org/resources/occasional-papers/abkhazia-ten-years-on.php. Retrieved 31 May 2016.
  8. Emmanuel Karagiannis. Energy and Security in the Caucasus. Routledge, 2002. Template:ISBN.
  9. The Guardian. Georgia up in arms over Olympic cash