We do not pay attention to the “crooked standards” of Western countries, - Foreign Minister of South Ossetia

06/09/2019 - 21:52

The biggest result of the Geneva discussions is the fact of their conducti g, since it is already a factor in peace and stability, said South Ossetian Foreign Minister Dmitry Medoev in an interview with the Turkish “Cumhuriyet”.

According to him, the Geneva discussions, which will be 11 years old in October 2019, are designed to help ensure peace and security in the Caucasus.

The result is one: the dialogue in the IPRM format will continue

06/09/2019 - 18:07

The South Ossetian party intends to defuse the current situation through diplomatic methods, the dialogue within the framework of the Incident Prevention and Response Mechanisms (IPRM) will continue, said Murat Dzhioev, Presidential Envoy for post-conflict settlement at the end of the third technical meeting in the border village of Ergneti.

According to Dzhioev, one issue was discussed at the meeting - the situation in the area of ​​the village of Uista (Tsnelis), where the Georgian security forces had put up a police post.

Militarization of Georgia always led to chaos, war and destruction, - Medoev

06/09/2019 - 14:01

Georgia's policy of military cooperation with the United States and a number of European countries leads to a new wave of tension and could blow up the peace that was established in 2008, South Ossetian foreign Minister Dmitry Medoev said in an interview with the Turkish newspaper "Cumhuriyet".

Parliamentarians of South Ossetia are concerned about the illegal actions of the Georgian security forces

29/08/2019 - 13:11

Atsamaz Bibilov, head of the South Ossetian Parliament’s Defense and Security Committee, called the actions of the Georgian police in the village of Uista (formerly Tsnelis) South Ossetia an open provocation aimed at escalating tensions in Transcaucasian region.

Atsamaz Bibilov visited the outskirts of the village of Uista, where the Georgian side is illegally building a roadblock, and on the spot got acquainted with the situation.

South Ossetian parliamentarians are concerned about the aggravation of situation on the border

28/08/2019 - 15:54

Georgian police should immediately leave the borders of the village of Tsnelis of South Ossetia, said Zaza Driaev, head of the South Ossetian Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Policy and Inter-Parliamentary Relations.

According to the deputy, it is necessary to warn the Georgian side about the inadmissibility of such steps and give them time to go beyond the borders of South Ossetia, and then post there.

"It will be fair if we set up our posts where the border of the South Ossetian Autonomous Region previously ran," Driaev said.