Talk:History of North Ossetia-Alania
|WikiProject Ossetia (Inactive)|
|WikiProject Russia / History||(Rated Start-class, Mid-importance)|
- Historically, the part of the Prigorodny District on the right bank of the Terek River had been part of Ingushetia, but it was granted to North Ossetia in 1944, following Stalin's deportation of the Ingush to Central Asia. Although they were eventually allowed to return to their homes, the territory itself was never returned to Ingushetia, causing considerable tension in the region. A local law passed in 1982 actually prohibited ethnic Ingush from obtaining residency permits in the republic. The massive influx of South Ossetian refugees in the early 1990s and the ensuing conflict between the two rival groups eventually caused many Ingush to flee to Ingushetia. While efforts are underway to settle the refugee problem, the conflict between the two republics has yet to be resolved.
As the passage describes the events that actually happened, and as the events are pertinent to the subject of the article (History of North Ossetia-Alania), it cannot be removed. If an NPOV violation is suspected in the way the facts are worded and/or presented, it is recommended that the anonymous contributor and other parties interested in the subject label the article as an NPOV violation, explain the nature of the violation on this talk page, and edit the passage in such a manner as to produce a compromise solution. A simple removal of the passage will be viewed as vandalism, and dealt with accordingly.—Ëzhiki (erinaceus amurensis) 21:16, July 30, 2005 (UTC)
2Mikkalai & Ezhiki
Don't revert to non-truthful information.
- Please explain what is untrue. Deletion of text without explanation disallowed. mikka (t) 16:40, 31 July 2005 (UTC)
Untrue is partial information whitch presented before, which has antiossetian view. Now restored status quo in most positions on two pages about Ossetia!