On the eve of the glorious anniversary: Peacemaker’s Day is being celebrated in South Ossetia

14/07/2021 - 11:03

On Wednesday, South Ossetia will celebrate the 29th anniversary of the introduction of the Joint Peacekeeping Forces in the zone of the Georgian-Ossetian conflict, and next year the unique peacekeeping operation will mark the 30th anniversary of the introduction of the Joint Peace and Law Enforcement Forces (JPKF) in the Georgian - Ossetian conflict zone. The JPKF was introduced into the zone of the Georgian-Ossetian conflict on July 14, 1992 and became the guarantor of peace for the next 16 years until Georgia's attack on South Ossetia in August 2008.

Sea Breeze 2021 exercises aim to intimidate South Ossetia and Abkhazia

01/07/2021 - 12:56

Georgia continues to ignore South Ossetia's peace-loving proposals to sign a legally binding agreement on the non-use of force between Tbilisi, Sukhum and Tskhinval.

However, it would be unfair to blame official Tbilisi for this: it is unlikely that it decides anything in its own fate. Especially in the field of foreign policy and especially after the color revolution of 2003, which swept away the remnants of an already purely symbolic sovereignty and brought Georgia under the tight all-round US control.

Georgia: the cost of the authorities' aspiration to join NATO is a heavy burden on the country's ordinary citizens

14/06/2021 - 18:24

On June 14, a NATO summit will take place in Brussels, one of the topics of discussion of which will be Georgia. The Georgian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that it was important that the issue of Georgia was included in the part of the summit agenda, which concerns the support of international order.

The Prime Minister of Georgia Irakli Garibashvili will take part in the forum.

Russia is interested in the resolving the international conflicts

15/05/2021 - 13:11

After the self-dissolution of the COMECON and the Warsaw Pact, the destruction of the Soviet Union and the socialist commonwealth, the adsorption of the former socialist countries and republics of the former USSR, the ruling circles of the United States and Western Europe were dizzy with success.

They did not want to take into account that the victory in the Cold War came to them not thanks to a systemic victory over a geopolitical opponent, but only at the cost of the betrayal of the Soviet elite.

May 9: about the history of the holiday and the "Immortal regiment" in South Ossetia

08/05/2021 - 12:50

May 9 marks the 76th anniversary of the Great Victory of the Soviet people in the Great Patriotic War. Actually, the date of May 9 is largely conditional: Berlin was completely taken on May 2, and on May 8 the Hitlerite military command signed the Act of Unconditional Surrender for the second time.

The act was originally signed by representatives of the High Command of the Wehrmacht, the High Command of the Western Allies and the Soviet Union on May 7 at 02:41 CET in Reims, France. The surrender of Nazi Germany took effect on May 8 at 23:01 CET (May 9 at 01:01 Moscow time).


01/04/2021 - 10:19

In middle XVIII Ossetia (Alania) was an independent country - a confederation of self-governed states.

There existed two kingdoms on territory of current Georgia – the Kingdom of Kartli-Kakheti and the Kingdom of Imereti, and three princedoms – Guria, Mingrelia and Svanetia. At different extents they depended of Turkey and Iran.

1774 - Voluntary entrance of the united Ossetia into the Russian State;

1782 - Erekle II, the king of Kartli-Kakheti, asked the Russian Empress Catherine II to accept his kingdom under the protection of the Russian Empire;

South Ossetia to combat coronavirus: the tragic example of the surrounding countries should serve as a lesson for us

31/07/2020 - 10:40

Recently, a new procedure for the entry of citizens into the territory of the Republic of South Ossetia was published, which facilitates the crossing of the state border by a certain category of citizens. We are not talking about canceling the mandatory quarantine.

A number of citizens, including using the capabilities of the social network Facebook (many of whom prefer to hide their real names), began to spread calls for a significant easing or lifting of restrictive measures.