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Georgian teenagers’ case will be submitted to the court of South Ossetia2009-11-24 13:20
General Prosecutor's Office of South Ossetia completed investigation of the case of the four Georgian teenagers detained in the territory of the republic on November 4 for illegal border crossing and keeping of explosives.gt-en-newsitem-inside
VZGLYAD reports that the case has already been submitted to the court.
As reported today by South-Ossetian President's Deputy Permanent Representative for Post-Conflict Settlement Merab Chigoev, the court will be held in the nearest days.
Let us remind you that earlier, the teenagers were sentenced to a two-month imprisonment in the temporary containment cell. They are visited by the Red Cross representatives.
Georgia demands immediate liberation of the detainees and is asking international organizations to provide assistance in their release. In this connection, Commissioner for Human Rights at the Council of Europe Thomas Hammarberg is arriving in Tbilisi on November 27.
As is known, on November 4, officers of the South-Ossetian MIA arrested four under-age citizens of Georgia. They were transferred to the republican MIA. It was found out in the course of investigation that all of them are the citizens of the village of Tirdznisi of the Gorijskiy region of Georgia who illegally got into the territory of South Ossetia.