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.

Syria: there is hope for peace, but the decisive word will tell the time

12/04/2017 - 19:27

Recently, certain prospects for a peaceful settlement have emerged in the Syrian Arab Republic. The conditions for this were largely created thanks to the military successes of Russia. Of course, the West does not agree with this development. Despite the coming to power in the United States of forces, at least in words advocating for a dialogue with Russia, the leadership of the Pentagon retains certain inertia in this direction. This leads to continued attempts to cast a shadow on Moscow's peacekeeping activities.

Voter turnout in the Republic at 12.00 is 33, 487%

09/04/2017 - 15:57

Voter turnout in the presidential elections and the referendum in the Republic at 12.00 is 33.487 percent, reported the Сhairman of the Central Election Committee of South Ossetia Bella Plieva in the press center of the South Ossetian Election Committee.
"The percentage of voters in Tskhinval by 12.00 is 31, 233 percent, in Tskhinval district - 35, 294 % , in Dzau district - 14, 236 %, in Kvaisa - 44, 972% , in Znaur district - 33, 475 %, in Leningor district - 44, 957 %," said Plieva.
Plieva has also pointed out the activity of voters in the territory of North Ossetia.

Double standards of Tbilisi politicians keep Georgia in the 90s

24/03/2017 - 15:03

For the past week, some pages of Georgian and European publications are full of headlines about the new "aggressive" plans of Moscow in the Caucasus.
Let's listen to what say Georgian politicians. Let's start with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Mikheil Janelidze. According to him, "any agreements between the Russian Federation and the de facto authorities are illegitimate. Such actions are not aimed at ensuring peace, peaceful solution to the conflict and hinder the peace process needed to resolve this conflict. "

The Russia-South Ossetia cooperation development

23/03/2017 - 18:59

In these days we can hear a lot about speculative treason, which Russia committed against one of the closest ally South Ossetia. Some pro-western experts assure public of Moscow capability to negotiate with new Tbilisi authorities: refuse the recognition of South Ossetia independence in exchange for extending cooperation with Georgia. Meanwhile it’s clear that such statements bear no relation with reality.

Russia will continue to protect the rights of its Paralympians

19/03/2017 - 10:51

The Russian Paralympic Committee will continue to defend the rights of athletes in international courts, and Russian Paralympians will continue training. This was stated at the meeting in the State Duma, though the Russian Paralympic athletes were suspended from the qualifying competitions of the 2018 Paralympic Games.