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Tskhinval requests Europe’s help to release the detained citizen2009-12-23 16:02
David Sanakoyev, the South Ossetian President's plenipotentiary for Human Rights, sent a letter to Thomas Hammarberg, the CE High Commissioner for Human Rights, with a request to assist n release of a South Ossetian citizen, detained by Georgia - Interpressnews.gt-en-newsitem-inside
45-year old Khatuna Charayeva, resident of Leningori region, was detained on December 20th with USD 30 000 - allegedly counterfeited.
South Ossetia claims the detention to be illegal and reminds of 3 Georgian citizens, released by South Ossetian authorities on December 19th.
According to data of Tskhinvali, the Georgian side is illegally keeping about 40 South Ossetian citizens.
Tbilisi hasn't already commented the information.
Previously Boris Chochiyev, the South Ossetian president's Plenipotentiary for Post-Conflict Settlement said the authorities of South Ossetia cannot rule out the restriction of access control at the border with Georgia, up to closing it, in order to provide security of citizens.