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Georgia didn’t present data about three kidnapped citizens of South Ossetia2009-06-22 17:27
Georgia didn't present data about three South Ossetian citizens kidnapped from the territory of South Ossetia in October 2008, said Merab Chigoyev, the deputy representative of the President of South Ossetia on post-conflict settlement.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He said, in this way the Georgian side again deranged the meeting on incident prevention in Caucasus.
He mentioned Tskhinval has a tape witnessing interrogation and beating up of these people, one of them the underaged. "The Georgian side cannot deny the fact of their staying in its territory, and must present the data on their fate", he added.
The agreement to hold meetings on joint incident prevention with participation of South Ossetia, Georgia, Russia, Osco and the EU was reached in the course of Geneva Talks. Two meetings were held, but brought no results. South Ossetia promises to refrain from participation in the 6th round of Geneva Talks in case no data on the three kidnapped are presented.