South Ossetia

April 18, 2021 11:34

March 06, 2021 17:23

  • GPO reports completion of inquiry into Djabiev's case

    The preliminary investigation into the death of Inal Djabiev has been completed; and after the suffered party gets acquainted with its materials, the case will be sent to court, the General Prosecutor's Office (GPO) of South Ossetia has announced.

March 06, 2021 08:27

  • Georgia and South Ossetia resume talks on border situation

    After a seven-month-long break, officials of Georgia and South Ossetia have held a meeting within the format of the Incident Prevention and Response Mechanisms (IPRMs). The head of the South-Ossetian delegation has called the liquidation of the Georgian block-post near the village of Tsnelis a precondition for settling the conflict. In its turn, Georgia insists on the release of those convicted of crossing the border.

February 26, 2021 23:57

February 19, 2021 13:58

  • South-Ossetian MPs reproach GPO for meddling in politics

    The General Prosecutor's Office (GPO) of South Ossetia has groundlessly assessed the work of the Parliament, since it is beyond its mission, the MPs from three parties have stated. Inal Djabiev's relatives said that they continue their protest action in a Tskhinvali square.

February 12, 2021 23:56

  • South-Ossetian Ministry of Construction: boycott of parliament can disrupt works

    The reconstruction of the Tskhinvali water intake, as well as the construction of a school and eight more facilities will be stopped if MPs do not approve the budget of South Ossetia in the next month, the Minister of Construction announces. The opposition disrupted one more session of the parliament, because the agenda did not include the issue of the General Prosecutor's resignation, MP David Sanakoev explains.

February 06, 2021 08:20

February 05, 2021 23:32

  • Georgian authorities blame Russia for Gakheladze's verdict

    Today, the Supreme Court of South Ossetia has sentenced Georgian citizen Zaza Gakheladze to 12.5 years of imprisonment for illegally crossing the border with South Ossetia and opening fire at Russian soldiers. The Georgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) and the State Security Service blamed Russia for the decision pronounced by the South-Ossetian Supreme Court and demanded to release the prisoner.

February 05, 2021 14:54

February 02, 2021 08:32

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