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Seite: 175, Zeilen: 3-4, 7-17, 22-25
Quelle: Evers 2003
Seite(n): 46, 47, Zeilen: 46:45-46; 47:4-6.7-8.12-13.20-26.28.32-34
However, the South Ossetians began to openly discuss reunification with North Ossetia. [...]

The Georgian Parliament responded to this by placing restrictive measures on the Ossetian public considerations of independence. On 20 September 1990, South Ossetians replied this fact by declaring independence, and Georgians on their turn responded to the latter by completely abolishing the South Ossetian autonomy on 11 December 1990.

In the first days of 1991, around 3,000 - 4,000 Georgian militias entered Tskhinvali, where they – according to Ossetian sources – carried out massacres. The South Ossetians consider this incident as having triggered the conflict, creating tens of thousands of refugees. Georgia’s reason for shifting to armed intervention was obviously that it feared it would lose all control over its already administratively and ethnically divided territory.245

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At the Soviet-wide referendum of 17 March 1991, the majority of the South Ossetians voted to maintain and reform the Soviet Union. In April 1991, Georgia declared independence, neglecting minority interests. Military operations were expanded.


245 Evers Frank (Dr.): Mission Information Package South Caucasus. Center for OSCE Research. Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg. 2003. p. 47

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In the spirit of the late-Soviet zeitgeist and especially due to Georgian calls for independence, the South Ossetes began to openly discuss reunification with North Ossetia.

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The Georgian Parliament responded to this by placing restrictive measures on Ossete public considerations of independence. [...] On 20 September 1990, South Ossetes replied to this by declaring independence. [...]

[...] The Georgians responded by completely abolishing the South Ossete autonomy on 11 December 1990. [...] In the first days of 1991, Georgian military forces entered Tskhinvali where they – according to Ossete sources – carried out massacres. The South Ossetes saw these incidents as having triggered the conflict, which has yet to be resolved, as well as creating tens of thousands of Georgian refugees.

At the Soviet-wide referendum of 17 March 1991, the majority of South Ossetes voted to maintain and reform the Soviet Union. In April 1991, Georgia declared independence. Grossly neglecting minority interests, Georgian policy-makers made greater Georgian nationalism their main goal during that period. [...] Military operations were expanded. [...] Georgia’s reason for shifting to armed intervention was obviously that it feared it would lose all control over its already administratively and ethnically divided territory.

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