Archive - 8/2019


Fri, 09/08/2019 - 07:52

The memory of the defenders of South Ossetia was honored in Tiraspol

Laying flowers and a memorial service in memory of the defenders of South Ossetia killed 11 years ago took place on Thursday, in Tiraspol near the chapel of St. George the Victorious, at the Memorial of Military Glory, reported the news Agency "News of Transnistria".

The event was attended by Deputy Prime Minister 0 Minister of Health of the PMR Alexei Turcan, head of the official representative office of South Ossetia in Transnistria, Vitaliy Yankovsky, members of the government, representatives of the authorities and the Public Chamber.

In the millstones of history, in a practically hopeless situation, it is worth going to the end, - Mikhail Chernov

Small nations should go to the end even in a hopeless situation, the interlocutor of the “Realist” news agency notes, recalling the lessons of the August 2008 war

Ossetians made their choice in favor of Russia - in wars and conflicts they created a state, defended it and gained recognition and the statehood. This was stated by Chairman of the Board of the Fund for Support and Development of Jewish Culture, Traditions, Education and Science Mikhail Chernov.


Laying flowers and wreaths at the places of death of the defenders of the city in August 2008 took place in Tskhinval

The ceremony of laying wreaths and flowers at the places of death of the defenders of the city during the August 2008 war took place in Tskhinval.

The leadership of South Ossetia led by President Anatoly Bibilov, former presidents of South Ossetia Ludwig Chibirov and Leonid Tibilov, the Russian Ambassador to South Ossetia Murat Kulakhmetov, a delegation from North Ossetia, guests of the Republic, military personnel and representatives of the Republic’s public attended the memorial ceremony.

Thu, 08/08/2019 - 13:58

We gained a victory over the aggressor at the cost of heavy losses, - Alan Tadtaev

Speaker of the South Ossetian Parliament, Alan Tadtaev, in his appeal on the 11th anniversary of the August 2008 war, published on the website of the legislative body, emphasized that “no matter how much time passes, people will remember the terrible wounds inflicted by the five-day war that claimed the lives of many of our compatriots “But our courageous and freedom-loving people showed their will and rallied in the face of the threat of extermination, and defended their native land, native language and culture, defended freedom and independence."

South Ossetia will always be grateful to Russia for its help in August 2008- Anatoly Bibilov

South Ossetia will always be grateful to Russia and its leaders for their help in August 2008 and subsequent support, said President of the Republic Anatoly Bibilov.

“We will never tire of thanking the Russian Federation for saving the people of South Ossetia. For doing everything today to ensure the development of South Ossetia. It is doing everything for the world community to know the crimes that were committed against us. It is doing everything to make the recognition of South Ossetia irreversible, "said Anatoly Bibilov at a mourning event in Tskhinval.

Thu, 08/08/2019 - 13:21

South Ossetia plans to open a trading house in Syria by fall

At the end of August South Ossetia plans to open a trading house in Syria, which recognized the independence of the Transcaucasian Republic a year ago, said South Ossetian President Anatoly Bibilov.

"At the end of this month, a delegation led by Deputy Prime Minister Gennady Bekoev will fly to Syria, during which we plan to open a trading house South Ossetia there," Bibilov said TASS.

Thu, 08/08/2019 - 13:19

St. Petersburg commemorated the victims of the August war

Schoolchildren from South Ossetia, located in St. Petersburg as part of the Rossotrudnichestvo program "Hello, Russia", carried out the action "Buried in our memory for centuries the dates, events, and faces," the head of the delegation, teacher Tamara Tuaeva told IA “Res”

Thu, 08/08/2019 - 12:36

The beasts in human guise will be surely punished

South Ossetia commemorated those killed eleven years ago

On the stairs of the Parliament building of South Ossetia eleven years ago, immediately after the repulse of the Georgian troops, the great maestro Valery Gergiev held a requiem concert. Candles were burning on the steps in memory of the victims, and the schoolchildren were holding the photographs of the victims of Georgian aggressors. Since then, these stairs are called the Gergiev stairs ...

South Ossetia is going to recognize the events of 2008 as genocide, - President

South Ossetia has recognized as a genocide not only the events of 1920, as has already been done, but also the events of 2008, the President of the Republic, Anatoly Bibilov, said.

In 2007, the South Ossetian Parliament decided to recognize the events of 1920 as genocide, when the Menshevik army of Georgia had invaded. According to the Parliament, about 5300 people were killed and killed while fleeing through the mountains, which amounted to 6-8% of the total population of South Ossetia.