Archive - 28/4/2020

Tue, 28/04/2020 - 20:29

We have not forgotten anything: in South Ossetia are commemorating the Tsinagar tragedy

April 28, 1991 seven unarmed residents of the village of Tsinagar in Leningor district of South Ossetia - Otar Margiev, Givi Bibilov, Slavik Chertkoev, Zaur Khubulov, Otar Khubulov, Tengiz Dudaev and Taimuraz Khubulov were killed by Georgian bandits

The memory of the victims of the Georgian fascism was honored on Tuesday at a mourning rally in the village of Tsinagar, Lenigorsky district of South Ossetia - at the monument to the murdered residents of Tsinagar.

Tue, 28/04/2020 - 12:57

20 citizens from Russia will return to South Ossetia during a week

In the course of the week, 20 citizens of the Republic will return home from North Ossetia-Alania, Foreign Minister, Dmitry Medoev, said at the meeting of the headquarters for preventing the penetration of coronavirus.

“Ten people are arriving today. There are children among them. The next group will arrive on Thursday,” Medoev said.

According to the head of the Foreign Ministry, another 57 South Ossetian citizens who want to return home have applied to the Consular Agency.

Tue, 28/04/2020 - 12:34

Descendants are telling: two genocides - the connection between the generations of the Zakharovs

At one of the conferences of the South-Ossetian Research Institute Director Robert Gagloity, touching on the issues of the genocide of the Ossetian people, stated that two attempts occurred during the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century - the phases of the genocide of the people of South Ossetia. According to him, twice the Georgian fascists tried to break the will, erase historical memory, destroy national identity, deprive the homeland, and physically destroy the population of South Ossetia.

29 years of the Tsinagar tragedy: the feat of the heroes will not be erased from the memory of the people

April 28, 1991 seven unarmed residents of the village of Tsinagar in Leningor district of South Ossetia - Otar Margiev, Givi Bibilov, Slavik Chertkoev, Zaur Khubulov, Otar Khubulov, Tengiz Dudaev and Taimuraz Khubulov - were killed by Georgian aggressors while protecting their pastures from cattle theft.

This villainous crime once again shows how low Georgian Nazism fell, not disdaining the murder of peaceful, unarmed, defenseless people.