Archive - 29/1/2009


Thu, 29/01/2009 - 17:38

Press Release RSO MFA

As it had been reported, after a six-month energy blockade of South Ossetia by Georgia since the armed aggression against South Ossetia in August 2008, on 23 January 2009, natural gas supply from the Russian Federation through Georgia had been resumed.

Thu, 29/01/2009 - 15:39

Tskhinval Mayor rents housing for those affected during Georgian aggression

The City Administration provides support to those citizens who were badly affected by the Georgian aggression and who lost their housing by renting apartments, reports Robert Guliev, Tskhinval Mayor. "There are written applications of citizens who completely lost their private houses during the Georgian aggression and they have no place to stay at.

Thu, 29/01/2009 - 13:41

New Book on South Ossetian Genocide Was Published

A new book titled "The Tragedy of South Ossetia: A Limitless Genocide" has been published in South Ossetia. The author of the book is Alexei Margiev an well-known gatherer of information on South Ossetia"s contemporary history. This compilation contains about a thousand pictures depicting the whole tragedy of the aggression committed by Georgia against South Ossetia.

Thu, 29/01/2009 - 10:55

David Sanakoev: "It is clear that human rights defenders" preferences stay with Georgia"

"The Report issues by Human Rights Watch under the title "Up in Flames. Humanitarian Law Violations and Civilian Victims in the Conflict over South Ossetia" has a selective approach towards the actions by the sides and this causes concerns", said the HR Plenipotentiary to SO president David Sanakoev. "The report says practically nothing about the damage caused to South Ossetia as a result of Georgian aggression.