Sooth Ossetie

disputit region an partly recognized state in the Sooth Caucasus

Sooth Ossetie (pronounced /ɒˈsɛtiə/ (deprecatit template) o-SET-ee-ə or /ɒˈsiːʃə/ o-SEE-shə; Ossetian: Хуссар Ирыстон, Khussar Iryston; Georgie: სამხრეთ ოსეთი, Samxret Oseti; Roushie: Южная Осетия, Yuzhnaya Osetiya) or Tskhinvali Region (Georgie: ცხინვალის რეგიონი, Tsxinvalis regioni; Roushie: Цхинвальский регион, Tskhinvalskiy region) is a disputit region an partly recognizit state i the Sooth Caucasus, locatit i the territory o the Sooth Ossetie Autonomous Oblast athin the umwhile Georgie Soviet Socialist Republic. It has an officially statit population o juist over 56,500 fowk (2022), wha live i an area o 3,900 square kilometre (1,500 sq mi), o the sooth side o the Greater Caucasus mountain range, wi 33,000 livin i the capital tawn, Tskhinvali. Only Russie, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Nauru, and Syrie recognise Sooth Ossetie as a sovereign state.[1] Altho Georgie does na control Sooth Ossetia, the Georgian government an the United Nations consider the territory part o Georgia, whose constitution designates the area as "the former autonomous district o Sooth Ossetie", i reference to the Sooth Ossetian Autonomous Oblast disbandit i 1990.[2]

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  1. "Syria Recognizes Abkhazia, South Ossetia". Civil Georgia. 29 Mey 2018. Retrieved 26 Mairch 2022.
  2. "Occupied Territories of Georgie. Tskhinvali region". Archived frae the original on 23 August 2017. Retrieved 23 August 2017.