Prigorodny

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History Of Chechnya - Soviet Union - The Return
... For example South Ossetia kept the Prigorodny District, instead the republic was "compensated" with ethnic Russian territory on the left-bank Terek ... Namely, they were the Chechen lowlands and East Prigorodny (or "West Ingushetia", depending on point of view) ... Likewise, with East Prigorodny, it had simply had been transferred to Ossete rule (during the Caucasian War as a reward for the Ossete's treachery of their neighbors) but was still populated ...
East Prigorodny Conflict - Armed Conflict
... Intercommunal violence rose steadily in the area of the Prigorodny district, to the east of the Terek River, despite the introduction of 1,500 Soviet Internal Troops to the area ... Ingush fighters marched to take control over Prigorodny district and on the night of October 30, 1992, open warfare broke out, which lasted until November 6 ... Boris Yeltsin issued a decree that the Prigorodny district was to remain part of North Ossetia on November 2 ...
Prigorodny District
... Prigorodny District is the name of several administrative and municipal districts in Russia Prigorodny District, Republic of North Ossetia–Alania, an ...
East Prigorodny Conflict
... The East Prigorodny conflict was an inter-ethnic conflict in the eastern part of the Prigorodny district in the Republic of North Ossetia–Alania, which started in 1989 and ... expulsion of approximately 60,000 Ingush inhabitants from Prigorodny district ...
East Prigorodny Conflict - Origins of The Conflict
... It included the part of Prigorodny district and part of Vladikavkaz, populated mainly by ethnic Ingush ... territories of the Ingush to the newly created North Ossetia, leaving the Prigorodny district under the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Soviet Republic ... Soon after, the depopulated Prigorodny district was transferred to North Ossetia ...