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Council of Europe experts work in South Ossetia2010-04-09 16:08
Council of Europe experts Bruce Pegg and Nicolas Sebire are working in South Ossetia, informed David Sanakoyev, the Plenipotentiary for Human Rights at the president of South Ossetia - Res. The experts study investigation of the cases of missing people.gt-en-newsitem-inside
They are planned to hold meetings with witnesses and relatives of the missing in order to gather more information.
Previously Sanakoyev stated the negotiations between Georgia and South Ossetia on exchange of prisoners on the "all for all" principle came into a deadlock.
"The problem is: the sides interpret "all for all" notion in a different way" he said and explained the south Ossetian side wants the release of those who were illegally sent to prison both before and after August 2008 events. The Georgian side promised to release those, who were detained before August 2008, but recently renounced their promises, he added.
Sanakoyev informed that to end February 12 Georgians were kept in South Ossetian prisons; and over 30 South Ossetians in Georgia.