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Hammarberg is establishing a commission on missing and kidnapped Ossetians2009-12-18 14:18
Thomas Hammarberg, the CE High Commissioner for Human Rights, is creating an independent commission to deal with the issue of missing and kidnapped after August 2008 citizens of South Ossetia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The commission is expected to start its work in January 2010, the VZGLYAD reports citing to Georgian mass media.
Hammarberg stated the Georgian side has no information on the missing and abducted Ossetians, supposed the latter can be dead, but added the families must know what happened in fact.
He didn't mention the number of the missing and kidnapped Ossetians. Thomas Hammarberg is currently staying in Georgia after the visit to South Ossetiaand again discussed the release of the Georgian teenagers, detained on November 4th, with South Ossetian leaders. Eduard Kokoyty promised to settle the issue soon.