Официальные документы

South Ossetia appealed to foreign diplomatic missions in connection with the 14th anniversary of the war in August 2008

05/08/2022 - 15:51

On the occasion of the 14th anniversary of Georgia's military aggression against South Ossetia, the Embassy of the Republic of South Ossetia in the Russian Federation sent a press release to all diplomatic missions accredited in the Russian Federation, as well as to the Georgian Interests Section at the Embassy of Switzerland.

"These days, the Republic of South Ossetia, the entire Ossetian people, united by historical memory and duty to past and future generations, once again remembers and pays tribute to the memory of the innocent victims of the August 2008 Georgian aggression.

Alan Gagloev signed a decree "On the ways of further integration with Russia"

31/05/2022 - 10:21

On Monday, President of South Ossetia Alan Gagloev suspended the decree on calling a referendum on the Republic's entry into Russia. The decree "On the Ways of Further Integration of the Republic of South Ossetia and the Russian Federation" was published on the official website of the head of state.


01/04/2021 - 10:19

In middle XVIII Ossetia (Alania) was an independent country - a confederation of self-governed states.

There existed two kingdoms on territory of current Georgia – the Kingdom of Kartli-Kakheti and the Kingdom of Imereti, and three princedoms – Guria, Mingrelia and Svanetia. At different extents they depended of Turkey and Iran.

1774 - Voluntary entrance of the united Ossetia into the Russian State;

1782 - Erekle II, the king of Kartli-Kakheti, asked the Russian Empress Catherine II to accept his kingdom under the protection of the Russian Empire;

Address of the President of the Republic of South Ossetia Anatoly Bibilov to the nation in connection with the centennial of the Ossetian genocide

20/06/2020 - 16:35

People of Ossetia! Brothers and sisters!
Today in Ossetia is the anniversary of mournful memory, the memory of one of the most tragic pages in the history of Ossetians - the genocide committed by Georgia in 1920. The victims of genocide then became tens of thousands of people - children, women, old people; South Ossetia lost a third of the Ossetian population.