Archive - 30/11/2019

South Ossetia wishes a long life to the "Spartan "from Buryatia

The Russian soldier who turned around the Georgian military column during the Georgian-Ossetian war in 2008 turned out to be Ibrashev Tasbolat Abatovich, “Arguments of the week” has found out.

Foreign journalists who were part of the Georgian convoy in 2008 then described the story of how a soldier with a machine gun stood in front of the convoy. One of the articles was entitled "300 is not necessary, one is enough." The media called the name of the Russian military – Buryat Bato Dashidorzhiev. There was no other information besides the fact that he then was killed in this war.