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The meaning of «abk»

ABK may refer to:
Abkhazia (Abkhaz: Аҧсны́ Apsny [apʰsˈnɨ]; Georgian: აფხაზეთი Apkhazeti [ɑpʰxɑzɛtʰi]; Russian: Абха́зия, tr.
Presidential elections were held in the Republic of Abkhazia on 24 August 2014. The sixth such elections since the post of President of Abkhazia was created in 1994, they were held early due to the resignation of President Alexander Ankvab on 1 June 2014 following the 2014 Abkhazian political crisis.
Bilateral relations between Abkhazia and Vanuatu were begun when Vanuatu recognised Abkhazia's independence on 23 May 2011. On that day a joint statement on establishment of diplomatic relations was signed.
Afro-Abkhazians, or Abkhazians of African descent, were a small group of people of Black African descent in Abkhazia who used to live mainly in the settlement Adzyubzha at the mouth of the Kodori River and the surrounding villages of (Chlou, Pokvesh, Agdarra, Merkulov, etc.) on the eastern coast of the Black Sea.
On 12 December 2009, Abkhazia held its fourth Presidential election since the post of President of the Republic of Abkhazia was created in 1994. The election was won by incumbent president Sergei Bagapsh in the first round with 61% of the votes, thus gaining a second term in office.
Abkhaz /æpˈhɑːz/ (sometimes spelled Abxaz; Аҧсуа бызшәа [apʰswa bɨzʃʷa]) is a Northwest Caucasian language most closely related to Abaza.
Abkhazian railway is a rail operator in the partially recognised state of Abkhazia, controlled by Russian Railways.
The Abkhaz–Georgian conflict involves ethnic conflict between Georgians and the Abkhaz people in Abkhazia, a de facto independent, partially recognized republic.
The elections for the 5th convocation of the People's Assembly of Abkhazia were held in two rounds on 10 and 24 March 2012.

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