The Medal “For Courage” ( Abkh. Agumsharaz ) is one of the state awards of the Republic of Abkhazia . Established December 4, 1992
|Medal of Honor"|
|To whom is awarded||Abkhaz and foreign citizens|
|Award Basis||for personal courage and courage|
|Established||December 4, 1992|
|Senior award||Order of Courage|
The medal was established during the Georgian-Abkhaz war to reward soldiers for courage on the battlefield. Both Abkhazian military personnel and fighters of the volunteer corps — the North Caucasus, the Russian Cossack, and Transnistrian — were awarded the medal.
... 3. The medal “For Courage” is awarded for personal courage and courage shown: in battles with the enemies of the Republic of Abkhazia while defending the state border of the Republic of Abkhazia in the performance of military duty in conditions involving a risk to life ... 
The “For Courage” medal is made of bronze and has the shape of a circle with a diameter of 32 mm. On the front side of the coin is a convex image of a rider with a bow in his outstretched arm. Horseman - is the main figure of the state emblem of Abkhazia . This is the hero of the Nart epic Sasrykva (Sosruko) shooting down an arrow from a sky with an arrow. The image of the horseman is bordered with a laurel wreath , an oak wreath is located below. On the reverse side of the coin is an inscription in the Abkhaz language “Agumsharaz” ( “For Courage” ).
The medal is connected with an ear and a ring to a pentagonal block covered with a silk moire ribbon 24 mm wide. The ribbon is vertically divided into 3 equal parts of red, white and green - three colors of the Abkhaz national flag .
Valery Arshba Dzidzaria David Alexandrovich