Archive - 12/11/2011

Today a "Day of Silence" has been announced in South Ossetia

Today, on November 12 a "day of silence" has been announced in South Ossetia in order that the voters could easily decide their choice. As the correspondent of IA "Res" has been informed at the Central Election Committee (CEC) of South Ossetia, the republic is ready for the presidential elections. "According to the law November 12, -the day before the election, - has been declared a ''day of silence''.

Sat, 12/11/2011 - 10:12

Diplomats of South Ossetia and Taiwan discussed the issues of interstate cooperation

Cooperation of South Ossetia and Taiwan could be beneficial for both countries. It has been stated by Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Ossetia Murat Dzhioev, commenting on the statement of the head of the Taiwan representative office in Russia Antonio Chen's readiness to cooperate with the Republic of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, both economically and culturally. According to the head of the South Ossetian Foreign Policy Agency, the meeting of the RSO Foreign Ministry spokesman and the representative of Taiwan have recently taken place in Russia."The issues on cooperation between the two countries in culture, education, economy, trade and simply human relations have been discussed at the meeting – Dzhioev has informed.-Our nation has rich cultural traditions, we have many economic resources. Our cooperation with Taiwan can be mutually beneficial on the basis of the mentioned and a number of other factors."

The CEC of South Ossetia is ready for the elections and the referendum

The CEC of South Ossetia is ready for the November 13 presidential elections and a referendum on formalizing the state status of the Russian language. It has been declared at the press conference in Tskhinval, by the CEC chairman Bella Plieva. "All the polling station commissions are ready to start voting on Sunday, November 13 at 8 a.m. till 20:00 p.m. The number of voters and the registered candidates is determined. There are also cases of withdrawals among the registered presidential candidates. The CEC has done everything possible to hold elections with dignity and transparently", - Plieva emphasized. She has mentioned the decision to put stamps on the passports in order to prevent some citizens could vote twice. "This is the CEC decision. But we appealed to the government and the presidential administration that the Visa Service should also be informed, as well as the relevant services at the checkpoint in the Lower Zaramag. Our decision has been approved "- the CEC head has said.