July 13, 1992 was stopped shelling of Tskhinvali. July 14, 1992 in the conflict zone were put peacekeeping force composed of three battalions – Russian, Georgian and Ossetian. Results from November 1989 to July 1992 as a result of Georgian aggression killing over three thousand civilians in South Ossetia, about 300 people missing and more than 40 thousand people have had to leave their homes and move to Russia, 117 Ossetian villages were burned. As it turned out, this was not the last test for the people of South Ossetia. January 3, 2004 presidential candidate Mikheil Saakashvili visited Georgian village of Tamarasheni in South Ossetia near Tskhinvali, and in his speech to the villagers said that in 2004 – the last year, when South Ossetia and Abkhazia did not participate in Georgia's elections.

As president, Saakashvili has not forgotten his promise. At the end of May 2004, declaring its intention to fight against smuggling, introduced in Georgia-controlled territory of South Ossetia, Interior Ministry troops and Army commandos. August 19, 2004 Tskhinvali was shelled out mortars, 4 people died. The same day there were clashes in the village Tliakan, during which killed 16 servicemen of the Georgian Ossetian militiaman and one. August 20, 2004 Georgian troops left the conflict zone to come back here after 4 years … "Clear Field" On the night of 7 to 8 August 2008, Georgia grossly violated the peace agreements and the fundamental norms of international humanitarian law and, having carried out armed incursions into South Ossetia.