In South Ossetia, flowers were laid at the monument to 13 Communards at the Zguder cemetery

20/06/2021 - 19:07

On Sunday, on the Day of Remembrance of the victims of the genocide of Ossetians, flowers and wreaths were laid at the monument to 13 Communards at the Zguder cemetery in South Ossetia.

The decree establishing a memorable date - June 20 was signed by the head of state - Anatoly Bibilov in 2020. The past year was also declared the "Year of Remembrance" in connection with the centenary of the genocide of Ossetians, carried out in 1920 by the Georgian Democratic Republic.

Case # 9292019: The Zar tragedy is an act of genocide, the perpetrators have been identified, no one will remain unpunished

20/05/2021 - 11:42

In the recent history of South Ossetia, there are many sorrowful dates over which time has no power and which people will always remember. One of these is May 20. Exactly 29 years ago, on May 20, 1992, a convoy of cars and trucks was moving along the Zar road.

The exhausted civilians, women, children and old people left the besieged Tskhinval hoping to wait out the war in a safe place, but along the road, which was called the Road of Life, they were brutally shot by the Georgian fascists.

Duty of Remembrance: South Ossetian Information Committee on Information Coverage of the Year of Genocide

25/02/2021 - 20:35

The state media of South Ossetia on the pages of their publications, on television and radio, on Internet resources and social networks, transmitted, published reports, eyewitness stories, archival materials throughout 2020, declared in the Republic as the Year of Remembrance of the genocide of the Ossetian people carried out by Georgia. This was announced by Maya Kharebova, Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Information and Press, at the reporting meeting following the results of the department's activities.

On the verge of death: the riot policeman's memories of the August 2008 war

04/08/2020 - 11:53

Valery Maldzigov, a fighter of the South Ossetian Special Forces Militia, spent only one day in the war, but such days are engraved in the memory of the rest of his life. Valery was then only 18 years old.

On August 7, 2008, Maldzigov, together with his comrades-in- arms, returned to the barracks from the post in Ubiat, where they were on duty to have a snack and a little rest. Skirmishes in Ubiat took place from the first days of August, and the guys had to defend the borders.

The Parliament of South Ossetia called on parliamentarians in the CIS and Europe to recognize the genocide of the Ossetian people

30/06/2020 - 15:00

The Parliament of South Ossetia on Tuesday unanimously adopted an appeal to international parliamentary organizations, including the CIS and Europe, to recognize the fact of the genocide of the Ossetian people committed by Georgia in 1920.

The appeal was sent to the State Duma and the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, to the parliaments of other countries that recognized the independence of South Ossetia, as well as to parliamentary organizations of Europe and the CIS.

The DPR recognized the genocide of the Ossetian people committed by Georgia

26/06/2020 - 20:20

At a meeting of the People’s Council of the DPR on Friday, June 26, parliamentarians unanimously supported the appeal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of South Ossetia to the countries of the world in connection with the 100th anniversary of the Ossetian genocide, DAN reports with reference to the parliamentary department.

The historian about the Ossetian genocide: any bad deed ends in retaliation

21/06/2020 - 15:48

The genocide of 1920, carried out by Georgia, is one of the gravest crimes against the Ossetian people, head of the Department of history of Ossetia and Caucasian studies of the South Ossetia State University, Candidate of History, Professor Yuri Gagloty said in a comment to IA "RES".

“The whole tragedy of these events lies in the fact that the Georgian professional mobilized army with officers who had been trained in the Russian imperial army were practically fighting against the unarmed Ossetian people,” the historian said.