Archive - 17/9/2019

Tue, 17/09/2019 - 19:28

South Ossetia called on the international observers not to violate the border of the Republic

South Ossetia handed over to the co-chairs a legal document confirming the borders of the Republic

The South Ossetian party at the meeting with the OSCE, the EU and the UN co-chairs of the Geneva discussions, raised the issue of non-compliance of international observers with their powers under the mandate. It’s about the fact that some of them allow themselves to violate the state border of South Ossetia with Georgia, Murat Dzhioev, Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy South Ossetia for post-conflict settlement, told reporters at the briefing.

Tue, 17/09/2019 - 19:17

In South Ossetia are waiting for the continuation of the work of Dusan Ignatovich to search for the missing

South Ossetian authorities are waiting for an extension of the mandate of Serbian expert Dushan Ignatovich, who has been dealing with the issues of South Ossetian citizens to be listed missing since 2008, Murat Dzhioyev, Presidential Envoy for post-conflict settlement, told reporters at a briefing.

According to him, the co-chairs of the Geneva discussions, who arrived in South Ossetia to discuss the agenda of the upcoming round in Geneva, informed the South Ossetian party that they were waiting for the Georgian authorities to agree to extend the mandate of Dusan Ignatovich.

South Ossetian authorities insist on removing the illegal roadblock in Tsnelis

Anatoly Bibilov asked the diplomats why in Europe they believe that Kosovo could have statehood and South Ossetia could not?

South Ossetia insists on removing the Georgian roadblock and is interested in de-escalating the situation on the border, said President of the Republic Anatoly Bibilov at the meeting with the co-chairs of the Geneva discussions.

Historical document: 11 years since the signing of the Treaty between South Ossetia and Russia

September 17, 2008, after the five-day August war and the recognition of South Ossetia by Russia, was signed the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between South Ossetia and Russia.

The Agreement entered into force on January 20, 2009, and the time period since then has shown the historical significance of the document that laid the foundation for the formation of the legal framework of bilateral relations.