The adoption of the Declaration of Independence of South Ossetia followed on the second day after the collapse of the Soviet Union - Murat Dzhioev

21/12/2012 - 20:51

December 21, 1991 was adopted the Declaration of Independence of the Republic of South Ossetia. This was an important political step in the establishment of statehood of the Republic of South Ossetia. The IA "Res" correspondent asked a deputy of the Supreme Soviet first convocation of the Republic of South Ossetia, Plenipotentiary Representative of the President of South Ossetia on post-conflict settlement Murat Dzhioev to comment on the significance of adoption of this document.

Georgia took a breather in the extremist and militarist rhetoric – the expert

18/12/2012 - 10:32

Georgian authorities have taken a breather in the extremist and militarist rhetoric, which they are trying to replace by common theme of economic cooperation and integration.
As the news agency "Res" has been reported by a spokesman of the Association of Border Cooperation in Central Asia and the Caucasus Mikhail Chernov, commenting on the meeting of Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Grigory Karasin with the Prime Minister of Georgia Z.I.Abashidze, "The exchange of views between Russia and Georgia – it is good. Previously, these meetings were less constructive. They were due to start and have just started".

Georgia does not miss any opportunity to express its aggression - the expert

26/07/2012 - 11:05

National Olympic Committee of Georgia expressed a protest to the organizers of the Olympics Games in London, because they had published dossiers of the athletes on their site with mentioning the birthplace of the Russian national team member Besik Kudukhov as South Ossetia, the birthplace of another Russian athlete, Dennis Tsargush - Gudauta and next to the words of South Ossetia and Gudauta in parentheses is added "Russia."
NOC of Georgia is demanding the "immediate revision of the two athletes’ biographies with correction in their birthplace column as Georgia."
In South Ossetia this statement of Georgia has caused, at least, perplexity. The representatives of South Ossetian and Russian experts have commented on the statement of the Georgian NOC to IA "Res".

Ignoring common sense has always been an attribute of the position of the official Tbilisi-Ministry of Foreign Affairs

18/07/2012 - 15:31

Comment of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Ossetia due to the Georgian Foreign Ministry statement

A statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia, issued July 16, 2012, expressed concern about the visit of Commander-in- Chief of the RF Land Forces, Colonel-General Vladimir Chirkin, to South Ossetia, who allegedly "in violation of the state border of Georgia arrived in the regions of Georgia, occupied by Russia, -Abkhazia and the Tskhinval region".

Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The West is seeing the problems of South Ossetia only in the light of the interests of the Georgian authorities

06/07/2012 - 15:59

Comment of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Ossetia with regard to adoption of the UN resolution on refugees

July 3, 2012 The UN General Assembly approved a draft resolution "Situation with the Internally Displaced Persons and Refugees from Abkhazia, Georgia and Tskhinval district / South Ossetia, Georgia",put to the vote by Georgia.

If the Moscow's policy follows the inertial scenario, a series of new and painful "Khasavyurts" will be inevitable – an expert

14/06/2012 - 14:41

Creation in the Kremlin of a new l agency on cooperation with the CIS countries, Abkhazia and South Ossetia has indicated that it is the CIS territory which is once again becoming a priority, and, in its potential, a trump card of the Russian leadership. This has been reported to IA "Res" by the expert, a Candidate for History, a coordinator of the working group of the Caucasus and Central Asia department of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Federation Alexander Skakov.

Andrey Areshev: NATO reaffirms its unswerving pro-Georgian policy

23/05/2012 - 10:56

NATO has once again reaffirmed its unswerving stance on the status of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Washington and Brussels are still seeing these states, recognized by Russia, as a part of Georgia, and it is unlikely that such declarations have only the character of public rhetoric. They suggest a set of actions aiming to adjust the status quo in the region, created after August 2008. This is already affecting and will further affect the functioning of international and European formats, within the frames of which are discussed the issues of security and stability inTranscaucasia.