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EU has serious reservations about Georgian police2010-01-26 14:25
This Monday the EU Monitoring Mission in Georgia stated its monitors have serious reservations about detention of South Ossetian resident Gennady Pliyev in early January - Trend.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He was kidnapped at about 7 a.m. on January 4th 2010 in Shankhai region of Tskhinval, bordering on Georgia. Eye witnesses stated he was kidnapped by a group of 5.
South Ossetian side invited the EUMM monitors to see the site of crime.
In response the Interior Ministry of Georgia started the citizen was detained in Nikozi village, located at the Georgian side of administrative border, he possessed firearms and grenades.
In result of the investigation the EUMM disagreed with the version of kidnapping, but also doubted the statement Pliyev was armed.
"Following careful consideration of all the available information the EUMM has serious doubts that Mr Pliev was abducted or that he was carrying a weapon at the time of his arrest," the Mission stated.
"The EUMM very much hopes that all sides will reflect carefully on this case. Ultimately, with goodwill, detainees on both sides should be able to return to their homes. The EUMM has repeatedly expressed the view that people who cross the administrative boundary lines should be dealt with by administrative, not judicial actions," the Mission concluded.