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Georgia and South Ossetia are deciding upon release of detained Georgians2009-09-04 11:31
At yesterday's meeting in Ergneti the Georgian side raised question of release of six Georgian citizens, detained by South Ossetian authorities several days ago - GeorgiaTimes citing to Georgian TV companies.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The Ossetian side has given no clear answer do far. The detained Georgians are accused of attempt to smuggle rare woods from South Ossetia to Georgia. They'll be handed over to South Ossetian Prosecutor's Office for further investigation.
The EUMM in Georgia head, Hansjörg Haber, demanded from the Ossetian side provision of free movement for Georgians to the territory of South Ossetia to visit graves of relatives. The South Ossetian side asked for some time to think over the initiative.
Haber also highlighted the importance of meetings in the framework of incident prevention mechanism for ensuring stability in the region.