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Manifestations in Europe demand setting free kidnapped Ossetians2010-01-15 15:05
Today in Moscow, Berlin and Brussels representatives of Ossetian diasporas stage rallies and pickets demanding international European international organisations to condemn actions of Georgian government, kidnapping Ossetians.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Rallies are organized by Vozrozhdeniye [Revivial] International Association of Ossetian Societies - RIA Novosti.
Oleg Kudukhov, the chairman of the Association, started that 39 South Ossetian citizens have been kidnapped in recent years, among them even teenagers.
In Moscow the representative office of the European Commission is being picketed by 10 people with posters.
They call on European structures to exert pressure on Georgian government to favor release of kidnapped of South Ossetians kept in prisons or considered missing.
They also composed a statement for the EU President Herman van Rompuy and EU High Commissioner for Human Rights Thomas Hammarberg. In this statement they ask why countries, that signed Geneva Convention on Terrorism, never even expressed anxiety over aggressive course of Georgian government.
Yesterday the Nashi [Ours] movement sent the EU an open letter with a request of assistance to sort out the situation with Gennadiy Pliyev, South Ossetian citizen, friend of the movement commissioner Inal Gagoyev.
The latter says his friend was kidnapped by Georgian special services in the territory of South Ossetia, nothing is known about his condition.