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Georgia and South Ossetia will establish a commission to find the missing2010-04-30 17:31
Head of Informational and Analytical Department of the Georgian MIA Shota Utiashvili said that a joint commission for finding the missing citizens of South Ossetia will be established soon, GHN reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He said that the commission will comprise the representatives from Georgia, South Ossetia, Russia and Red Cross. At the same time, Utiashvili refuted the information, according to which the Georgian party is keeping the citizens of the republic in detention.
One of these days, a meeting has been held between the representatives of Russia, South Ossetia and Georgia under the aegis of International Committee of the Red Cross to the north-west of the Georgian town of Gori. The meeting was focused upon the fate of the missing persons that disappeared in the course of the August 2008 conflict.
As was reported by ICRC press-service, in the course of the meeting the parties discussed specific coordinated measures aimed at providing the families of the missing people with the information about their fate. Besides, all the parties expressed their interest in improving the coordination of the judicial and medical actions in order to facilitate the human remains identification.
The scheduled meeting will be held on June, 8 under the aegis of ICRC.