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Georgian Foreign Ministry passed the protest note to Russia2009-12-01 14:07
Today the deputy ambassador to Switzerland, Ms. Schlüchter was invited to the Foreign Ministry of Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the press service of the Ministry, she was given the note for Russia. The document expresses protest against "criminal actions, committed by Russian military in November 2009". The deputy ambassador was also requested to give the note to Moscow policemen in the light of the murder of Georgian citizen Gurtskaya in Moscow, and detention of citizen Makasarashvili in settlement Perevi on November 29th.
At the meeting it was said that despite all efforts of the world community and international organisations, four teenagers, detained in South Ossetia on November 4th, still can be set free.
The documents, passed to the deputy ambassador, express the strong protest against the "criminal acts committed by the Russian side that represent the gross violation of the 12 August seize-fire agreement and the universally recognized norms and principles of international law".