Archive - 30/4/2013

Tue, 30/04/2013 - 18:44

South Ossetia should keep its powder dry - President

Reliable protection of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of the South Ossetia remains a key priority in foreign policy of the Republic. This was stated by the President of South Ossetia Leonid Tibilov, speaking with the first, after taking office, Presidential message to the people and to the Parliament of the Republic.

Tue, 30/04/2013 - 17:26

South Ossetian and Russian officials discussed the development of health care and social insurance in South Ossetia

Questions of establishing compulsory social insurance system and coordination of the project of the state program on the development of public health in South Ossetia in 2013 - 2020 were discussed in the course of a few days working visit to Moscow by the RSO Minister of Health and Social Insurance Gregory Kulidzhanov and the RSO Presidential State Adviser on social issues Rodion Siukaev.

Tue, 30/04/2013 - 14:25

Review of the Georgian media: Saakashvili's supporters are afraid of the investigation of the causes of the 2008 war and catastrophically lost their political influence

The "brooms revolution" in Georgia, which resulted in a vast majority of parliamentary seats won by earlier oppositional "Georgian Dream" of the current Prime Minister of Georgia Bidzina Ivanishvili, brought about changes in the activity of the Georgian media. One can observe, which of them has been still exercising loyalty to President Mikhail Saakashvili, and who has already changed his policy and is supporting the new government.
News agency "Georgia Online," has not changed its editorial policy in favor of political trends, trying on an unaccustomed role of opposing to the new Georgian regime. It has been consistently criticizing the policy pursued by the Ivanishvili`s team, as one can see from the headlines. One of them (April 28, 2013) reads: "Ivanishvili assessed the election as "normal" and has again "bitten" the "United National Movement". Here, the Chairman of the Georgian government is compared to a dog ... (which bites).