South Ossetia is marking the memory of the Zar tragedy victims. Families of the deceased, the Republic's leadership, and hundreds of townspeople congregated at the site where the horrific shooting occurred 31 years ago.
NALCHIK ― The death of Ziya Elisov, a resident of Kabardino-Balkaria, has been confirmed by Maysky district authorities amid ongoing war in Ukraine. This brings the official death toll of Kabardino-Balkaria residents to at least 90 since the conflict began.
The political parties of Nagorno-Karabakh have criticised Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan for expressing his readiness to recognise the borders between Armenia and Azerbaijan based on USSR maps. They also condemned Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev's statement, which said residents of Karabakh must either accept Azerbaijani citizenship or find another place to live, calling it contrary to international law. Former State Minister Ruben Vardanyan reminded Aliyev of potential consequences at the Hague Tribunal.
MAYKOP / ADYGHEA ― The ancient Circassians (Adyghes) always lived in harmony with nature, and many of their traditions and holidays are connected to it. One of the most important celebrations is the New Year, which has roots in paganism.
NALCHIK -- On March 11th, on the eve of the Day of the Adyghe (Circassian) language, KBSU (Kabardino-Balkaria State University) was one of three venues in Nalchik to host the International Educational Action in the Kabardian language, known as "Adyghe Dictation."