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A Republic Born in Battles: September 20, South Ossetia is celebrating its 30th anniversary

20/09/2020 - 11:43

September 20 is the 30th anniversary of the proclamation of the Republic of South Ossetia.

A year before the significant event, an attempt was made to transform the Autonomous region into an Autonomous Republic — then still part of the GSSR. This decision was due to the current socio-political situation in Georgia. The policy of aggressive nationalism gained strength with the absolute connivance of the Georgian party nomenclature at that time.

Spirituality, valor, prosperity: September 19 – the National Flag Day of South Ossetia

19/09/2020 - 09:55

The National Flag Day is celebrated in South Ossetia on September 19. The white-red-yellow tricolor was approved as the state symbol of the Republic of South Ossetia on January 13, 1992, when the Republic's Supreme Council adopted the Law on the State Flag. The official celebration of National Flag Day began in 2013.

The recent history of one of the main national symbols, more precisely, the history of revival, began in 1989, and it is inextricably linked with the history of the national liberation anti-fascist movement.

The bringing of peacekeepers is a significant event in the recent history of the Ossetian people

14/07/2020 - 12:40

July 14 is the 28th anniversary of a significant event in the history of the Ossetian people – the introduction of a Mixed peacekeeping force in the zone of the Georgian-Ossetian conflict on July 14, 1992. We should recall the international political environment in which the decision to deploy a peacekeeping force was made, as well as the actual deployment and start of operation.

And the earth shuddered: on April 29, 1991, an earthquake occurred in South Ossetia

29/04/2020 - 18:20

1991 is, really, one of the most difficult periods in the history of South Ossetia. The "black winter", the "bloody Christmas", the beginning of the energy blockade, which killed the old and newborn babies, was followed by an equally terrible spring, which in that year did not bode well for renewal. The tragedy in Ered, in Tsinagar – the Georgian fascism over and over again showed its inhuman appearance.

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

28/04/2020 - 10:33

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.

Brutally tortured: South Ossetia is paying tribute to the victims of the Ered tragedy

18/03/2020 - 12:56

Among the tragic events and dates, with which, by the will of fate, the modern history of Ossetia was saturated, the Ered tragedy occupies a special place. On March 18, 1991, near the village of Ered, with the support of "civilians", Georgian informals put off 25 Ossetians from the Ural military vehicle belonging to the Internal Troops of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs.

The date in the recent history of Ossetians: 27 years ago, North Ossetia was the first to recognize the independence of South Ossetia

06/03/2020 - 23:20

March 6, 1993 - The Supreme Council of North Ossetia voted to adopt a resolution recognizing the Republic of South Ossetia. This decision was of great symbolic importance, demonstrating the unity of the peoples of Ossetia and its firm intention to seek the restoration of historical justice. It gave a powerful impetus to the development of integration processes between both parts of Ossetia.

They were honestly pulling a soldier's strap: participants in a rally in Tskhinval about the Afghans

15/02/2020 - 17:14

A rally dedicated to the 31st anniversary of the withdrawal of the Soviet troops from Afghanistan was held in Tskhinval in front of a monument to internationalist soldiers in the Bam microdistrict. Participants in the event laid flowers and wreaths at the memorial, honoring the memory of the Afghans who did not return from the battlefield.

Murat Guchmazov, a Chairman of the Union of Afghanistan Veterans, noted that "the Afghan war lasted for almost 10 years, through which more than 620 thousand soldiers and officers went through, of which 15 thousand did not return home."

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