Time in Abkhazia

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Time in Abkhazia , a partially recognised state largely recognised by most countries as part of Georgia, is given by Moscow Standard Time (MST; UTC+03:00). [1] [2] Abkhazia does not observe daylight saving time. [3]

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As Abkhazia is not an internationally recognised sovereign state, it is not granted a zone.tab entry on the IANA time zone database.

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References

  1. Time in Abkhazia. TimeAndDate.com. Retrieved 10 May 2021.
  2. Transition to winter time will take place in Abkhazia in parallel with Russia, 24 October 2014. Vestnik Kavkaza. Retrieved 10 May 2021.
  3. Time in Abkhazia at Lonely Planet . Retrieved 10 May 2021.