Archive - 15/7/2011

Fri, 15/07/2011 - 12:14

The measures on releasing the citizens kidnapped and illegally detained in Georgia are taken in the RSO

The actions on releasing the kidnapped and illegally detained citizens of the RSO in Georgia are in the centre of attention of the department of the Plenipotentiary of the RSO President on post conflict settlement. It has been reported to the journalists by the head of the department Boris Chochiev. He has noted that this question is discussed within the frames of the Geneva discussions, and also at the meetings of mechanisms on prevention and reaction to incidents.

Fri, 15/07/2011 - 12:08

Eduard Kokoity: With Saakashvili coming to power all efforts have been directed on discrediting the peace-making mission

The Russian peace-making operation is a unique one which by firm and harmonious actions promoted peace and stability in South Ossetia throughout many years. It has been declared by the President of the Republic of South Ossetia Eduard Kokoity at the briefing in South Ossetia, speaking about a role of peacemakers in settling up the Georgian-Ossetian conflict. As he has said, each nation has immoral dates of its history.

Fri, 15/07/2011 - 12:03

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Peacemakers’ bases have become the main and the first-priority targets of attack

The Announcement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the RSO

On July, 14, 2011 the Peacemaker Day is celebrated in the Republic of South Ossetia. This day 19 years ago on the basis of the Agreement "About principles of the Georgian-Ossetian conflict settlement", signed in Sochi on June, 24, 1992 by Russia, Georgia, South Ossetia and North Ossetia, peacekeeping forces as a part of three motor-rifle battalions from Russia, Georgia and Ossetia (the Mixed forces on supporting peace) entered into a zone of the Georgian-Ossetian conflict; they promoted cessation of the Georgian aggression against South Ossetia lasting since 1989, cease-fire and was the guarantor of peace and stability in the region for many years.