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North Ossetia is not for the Ingushes2012-11-06 19:57
20 years have passed since the Ossetian-Ingush conflict. 5 day war has claimed more than 500 lives on both sides, but even now experts characterize the situation as unstable. Simply put, no war, no peace.
It's not very reasonable to raise the question of who was right and who was wrong after 20 years. Each side has its own truth both about the war and its causes. It was the first inter-ethnic conflict in post-Soviet Russia grown into the armed confrontation. As a result more than 60,000 residents of the Ingush Republic were exiled from North Ossetia.
Constant pressure of the federal government on the leadership of North Ossetia forces it to return the Ingush refugees. But, despite this, the official Vladikavkaz is trying by all means to prevent this process.
There are three major obstacles to the return of refugees. First, the seven settlements are completely closed for the displaced, and three - partially. This is explained by the fact that allegedly morale climate there does not match the return of former residents. The second reason is very weak and irregular allocation of funds for housing reconstruction. Third: the presence of paragraph 5 of the order No 183 of the Russian Interior Ministry, which stipulates that the return is only possible if the neighbor of the Ingush previously living there, agrees for his return.
Ingush side claims that only 15 of the 60,000 refugees have returned, while the South Ossetian side believes that the return process is almost complete. Apparently, North Ossetia suggests that refugees should not return to the village closed to the Ingushes. Not to mention the anti-constitutional order No 183.
Moreover, each new head of Ossetia and Ingushetia performs a kind of ritual - signs another agreement on peace and good neighborliness, which, according to the authors, should put an end to this conflict. Ingush refugees, living for 20 years in trailers, have long ceased to pay attention to all these agreements and programs. Situation, when the citizens of Russia cannot return to their homes located 30 kilometers away from their "temporary" housing, can hardly be called "peaceful life", but that's how the officials of both republics call the happening. And in trailers there has grown a generation of people who do not trust the state and consider it an enemy.