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EU uses all mechanisms to help teenagers detained in SO2009-11-13 16:49
The EU makes use of all available mechanisms to release four teenagers from Tirdznisi village of Gori district of Georgia, detained in South Ossetia, Peter Semneby, EU SP to South Caucasus stated at one of the meetings in Radisson hotel.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to him the European Union is extremely concerned about the detention of civilians, particularly teenagers in this case.
He also commented on the EU mission format change remarking that the modification of the peacekeeping mission format is not part of the EU's tasks.
"Our mission plays an important role in provision of stability in Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Change of format is out of question but we maintain that the EU be allowed in the republics to monitor the situation", - Semneby told journalists.
The Radisson hotel is hosting meetings between 27 EU ambassadors now on a visit to Tbilisi and representatives of the Georgian government.
It is known that on November 4 South Ossetia's law-enforcement bodies detained the Georgian citizens having grenades and explosive devices. The RSO Interior Ministry officers arrested four underage Georgians who were brought to the Interior Ministry of the republic. The investigation found out they are residents of Tirdznisi village of Gori district of Georgia that illegally entered the territory of South Ossetia.