Archive - 25/6/2015


Thu, 25/06/2015 - 11:31

In the capital of South Ossetia has been held the first meeting of the Commission on commemoration of the genocide committed against South Ossetians by Georgia in 1920

The first session of the Commission on commemoration of the genocide committed against the South Ossetians by Georgian Democratic Republic in 1920.
The Meeting was chaired by Deputy Prime Minister, the Chairman of the Commission Eric Pukhaev.
The Commission is established to consider and make decisions on commemoration of the genocide committed by Georgia against South Ossetians in 1920.
The relevant Executive Order was signed by President Leonid Tibilov on June 17, 2015 The commission is composed of prominent scientists - historians, lawyers, artists, representatives of the executive and legislative branches of the government.
The Commission is assigned to make decisions on commemorating of the genocide. According to the RSO Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy for post-conflict settlement Murat Dzhioev, the main objective of the Commission is to bring to the international community the information, the historical truth about the genocide committed against Ossetians in 1920 and achieve the genocide to be condemned by the international community.
Eric Pukhaev offered the participants of the meeting to familiarize with the draft Regulations of the Commission on commemoration of the genocide, according to which will be carried out all subsequent activities. During the meeting was established a working group, which will accumulate all incoming information on the genocide and then, according to the general plan, in the prescribed manner will develop proposals for specific projects.

Thu, 25/06/2015 - 11:30

The fact of crossing the state border by Georgian policemen was discussed at the meeting in the framework of the IPRM

During the past period, the South Ossetian border guards detained 20 violators of the state border between South Ossetia and Georgia, said Deputy Presidential Envoy of South Ossetia for post-conflict settlement Khokh Gagloyty after a meeting of participants of mechanisms to prevent and respond to incidents (IPRM) in the Georgian village of Ergneti.
"18 of the 20 detainees were deported to Georgia after paying a fine, two are still under investigation," - said Gagloyty.
Deputy Envoy has noted that the participants in the framework of the IPRM have agreed that the security situation on the state border between South Ossetia and Georgia has been found to be satisfactory.
"It was continued to study the incident which took place in the area to the north of the Georgian village of Ditsi - said Gagloyty. - It was recorded the fact of crossing the border from Georgia by several persons in the uniform of riot police. The Georgian side acknowledged that they were representatives of the Georgian police and they carried out activities to search for a local shepherd. They have assured us that in the future they will act in the name of stability and border security. "
According to Gagloyty, the EU Monitoring Mission once again negatively characterized such incidents.
"We, for our part, have once again brought to the Georgian side our position that the protective structures are located in the territory of South Ossetia, and any approach to them is considered as the fact of violation of the state border line", - concluded Gagloyty.

Thu, 25/06/2015 - 11:28

The Federation Council ratified the Treaty of alliance and integration between South Ossetia and Russia

The Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation ratified the Agreement on Alliance and Integration between the Russian Federation and South Ossetia.
Federal Law "On ratification of the Agreement on Alliance and Integration between the Russian Federation and the Republic of South Ossetia" was presented at the plenary session of the upper house by member of the Federation Council Committee on International Affairs Alexander Totoonov.
As reported IA to "Res" by the senator`s assistant Katherine Tolasova, the Treaty was signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin and South Ossetian President Leonid Tibilov in Moscow on March 18. South Ossetian parliament ratified it on April 3 and the State Duma on June 19.
"The Treaty of Alliance and integration is the development of extensive juridical base of relations with a friendly South Ossetia, which has already consisted of 83 bilateral documents and relies on the so-called Major Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance. The new agreement fixes the intention of the parties to establish gradually closer cooperation in social, economic and humanitarian spheres, as well as in defense and security matters. It is a framework agreement and is intended to form the basis for conclusion of separate agreements on the mentioned areas ", - said Alexander Totoonov.
According to the parliamentarian, the Treaty fully meets the national interests of our country and corresponds to the line adopted by the President of Russia to render active assistance in the development of South Ossetia as a modern democratic state, strengthening of its international position, security and socio-economic formation of the country.
The senators unanimously supported the ratification of the document.