Armed conflict in South Ossetia. (1989)

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Scene №1 Armed conflict in South Ossetia

A selection of plots on the armed conflict in South Ossetia.

Filming in Tskhinvali on November 25, 1989: internal troops, cadres of rallies, fragments of interviews with a doctor about the wounded in the hospital, residents of Tskhinvali and refugees.

Interview with the head of the press center of MDV, AL Rostovtsev, about military operations.

The presenters read news bulletins.

Correspondent of the newspaper "Soviet Ossetia" P.Hozita tells about the information blockade of Tskhinvali.

The general situation in the villages and villages, the statistics of the dead and wounded.

Delayed columns of humanitarian aid on the "Road of Life" from Tskhinvali to Java (Dzausky) district.

Stop the bakery.

Rally of Tskhinvali residents.

The head of "Gruzglavenergo" Z.V. Mindili about the blockade of the electricity supply to the settlements.

Local residents about the absence of any national strife.

Kremlin: Mikhail Gorbachev discussing the draft decree with the leaders of the creative unions of the USSR.

Interview with Andrei Vasnetsov and Oleg Efremov on the results of the meeting.


Kirillov I.L. - Russian TV presenter, announcer of the Central Television of the USSR State Radio and Television, actor, People's Artist of the USSR.
Gorbachev MS - State, political and public figure, the last general secretary of the CPSU Central Committee, the last Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, the first chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, the only President of the USSR.
Vasnetsov A.V. - Painter-monumentalist, teacher, academician of the Academy of Arts of the USSR, People's Artist of the USSR.
Efremov ON - actor, director, theater teacher, People's Artist of the USSR, Hero of Socialist Labor.



Armed conflicts; Culture and Arts