The genocide of 1920 and its main lesson

14/09/2017 - 18:05

The genocide of the people of South Ossetia, carried out by the Menshevik government of the so-called Georgian Democratic Republic in 1920, was a logical continuation of the course taken by Georgia in the Middle Ages to destroy South Ossetia not only politically but also as geographically. It is significant that, on the one hand, the Georgian Bolsheviks led by Ordzhonikidze acted as provokers of the uprising, while on the other hand, Georgian Mensheviks led by Jordania were the executioners of South Ossetia, under the guise of pressure.

Syria: concrete steps against empty words

01/08/2017 - 12:27

The tragic news came from the Syrian Arab Republic last weekend. On Sunday, July 30, the correspondent of the television channel Russia Today, Khalid al-Khatib, was killed as a result of shelling by the militants in the area of ​​Sukhna in the east of the province of Homs during the information coverage of the operation of the Syrian army against the militants IGIL *. His colleague, the operator of the TV channel RT, was also wounded.

Inal Pliev: Revival of representative bodies of power is a real revolution

29/07/2017 - 11:15

The presence of representative authorities in the Republic of South Ossetia is stipulated by the Constitution of the Republic of South Ossetia; however, in fact such bodies do not exist. I would like to briefly recall the historical and socio-political conditions in which the cessation of their activities took place.

Russian military and border guards - safeguarding peace in South Ossetia

29/07/2017 - 08:26

Recently, the Georgian side has intensified efforts to discredit the Russian military presence in South Ossetia. The reasons for this are farfetched pretexts, and the only goal is to try to remove the main guarantor of the Republic's security from the territory of South Ossetia.

Some aspects of the South Ossetian-Russian relations

10/07/2017 - 21:01

The newest period of South Ossetian-Russian relations began, unfortunately, with tragic pages of the history of South Ossetia.
In 1991, Georgia launched open military aggression against South Ossetia. Taking advantage of South Ossetia's lack of access to the central mass media of the Soviet Union, the Georgian authorities succeeded in creating an image of "South Ossetian separatists", although it is absurd to call separatists those people who do not want to leave their state.

It's time for Georgia to return to the tested path of historical development

24/06/2017 - 16:41

Today, more than a quarter of a century after the signing of the Act on Restoration of State Independence of Georgia on April 9, 1991, the collapse of the project of an "independent Georgian state" is becoming increasingly evident.
Such a conclusion is made by all those who observe the situation in the neighboring country from an objective standpoint and have the opportunity to compare the level of development of the economic, social, cultural, scientific, industrial and other key spheres of life.

Georgia did not join NATO, but NATO entered Georgia

13/06/2017 - 20:07

Continues nearly thirty-year Saga with the idea of Georgia's accession to the NATO, which is advertised nearly as a national idea of the Georgian people already from the end of the already half-forgotten 1980-years.

The Zar tragedy: meanness and generosity

20/05/2017 - 18:50

On May 20, 1992, a Georgian armed group infiltrated through the Zar bypass road, which connected the besieged city of Tskhinval and the Dzau district.
When appeared the vehicles, which carried the travelers, they opened an aimed fire, killing more than 30 people. The nature of the injuries has shown that the wounded were mercilessly finished off. However, one man managed to escape, but because of the loss of blood and stress, he went to the Georgian village, where civilians killed him after brutal tortures.