Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Ossetia, "Neutral passport" – another adventure of the Georgian authorities

27/01/2012 - 11:15

Recently media has again brought up a topic of issuing the so-called neutral passports to residents of South Ossetia and Abkhazia by the Georgian authorities. It has also been announced extremely negative reaction of the Abkhaz authorities to efforts of some foreign companies, functioning in Abkhazia and distributing these passports among residents of Abkhazia. For commenting the so-called "neutral" passports, the correspondent of IA "Res" have addressed the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Ossetia, Murat Dzhioev.

Inal Pliev: Lukashenko should return to a camp of friends

22/07/2011 - 10:59

The next revelation of WikiLeaks has occasioned us much thought. It has been declared by the South-Ossetian expert Inal Pliev, making comments on the confidential dispatch which appeared on the Wiki Leaks site of the USA embassy in Tbilisi on September, 25, 2009. Its author, the Charge d'Affaires in the USA Kent Logsdon, has reported on their government about the meeting of Michail Saakashvili with the Deputy Assistant of the US State Secretary over Europe and Eurasia Tina Kaidanov. “It `s obvious, - Pliev considers, - that the USA leadership is not firm in supporting any actions of the Georgian leader.

OSCE has solid grounds to show common sense in its approaches

26/02/2010 - 17:33

Conservatism and stereotyped thinking in foreign policy – factors, which caused frustration among many states and international organizations inflexible in their response to the changed political realities. An example of such sluggishness – the persistent unwillingness to recognize the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia and the support to "the territorial integrity" of Georgia, which throughout the post-Soviet period had no control over these republics. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union, South Ossetia and Abkhazia became de-facto independent states, and in 2008, they sovereignty was recognized by Russia.