Krasnodar, 22 June. Adyghea is reportedly planning to host a traditional Adyghe Cheese Festival.
This year, it will be held offline for two days in late August at Dakhovskaya Glade at the foot of the Una Koz Range. “The Adyghe Cheese Festival should be a striking and memorable event. People are longing for [suchlike] festivities after a twoyear break due to the pandemic. This is why, we should think over all organizational moments and the agenda of the festival. It should be creative, so that every guest be involved in the program and able to feel the hospitality of our people,”
Adyghean leader Murat Kumpilov said. The campus of the fair, including the food courts, will be expanded by inviting local, national and foreign cheese producers, and other manufacturers operating in Adyghea. Over the past few years, the Cheese Festival has become one of the most important events in the region. It has been put on the national calendar of the best events held in Russia for tourists