South Ossetia

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South Ossetia:

see OssetiaOssetia
or Alania
, Ossetian Iryston, region of the central Caucasus, divided between the Republic of Georgia and the Russian Federation. On the northern slope is North Ossetia-Alania (1990 est. pop.
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South Ossetia

a region in Georgia on the S slopes of the Caucasus Mountains; in 1990 it voted to join Russia, leading to armed conflict with Georgian forces; it became an autonomous region in 1997. Capital: Tskhinvali. Pop.: 99 800 (1990). Area: 3900 sq. km (1500 sq. miles)
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Since 2008, Armenia, being, as it says, "brotherly" country to Georgia, voted against the UN Security Council's several resolutions on the return of Georgian refugees to Abkhazia and the Tskhinvali region.
European and American states jointly condemn the so-called August 25, 2019 occupation of the occupied Abkhazia Presidential elections and call on the Russian Federation to reverse its illegal decision on the so-called Abkhaz and Tskhinvali regions of Georgia On the recognition of independence.
Russian conflict settlement and does not intend to give up in the issue of the status of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region.
BATUM (CyHAN)- Georgia asks the European Union to evaluate the Russian side's actions on arrangement of an administrative border with Tskhinvali region of Georgia.
drawing barbed wire along the Administrative Boundary Line (ABL) of Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region with the rest part of Georgia.
- Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region (so-called South Ossetia).
Tskhinvali region. The Foreign Ministry of Georgia had protested against it for some months.
Speaking at the conference, David Solomon once again condemned the so-called "occupation of Georgia's occupied regions, Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region" by the Venezuelan regime in 2009.
"Particular attention was paid to installation of fences along the administrative boundary line in Tskhinvali region, which
He emphasized that the international community is well aware of the real situation and historical facts that demonstrate that Georgia is recognized by the entire civilized world as a united, sovereign and territorial country, including Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region.
line between Tskhinvali region (so-called South Ossetia) and the rest of Georgia.
The Luxembourg Declaration was adopted in the framework of the 28th annual session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly on July 8, 2019 in Luxembourg, which included a resolution titled "Security and Human Rights in Abkhazia, Georgia and Tskhinvali Region / South Ossetia, Georgia".