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Relatives of Russians arrested in Tskhinval, wrote a letter to Kokoyty2010-05-26 14:23
Friends and relatives of Russian citizens, staying in Tskhinval prison, on May 27th will stage a protest action in Moscow in front of South Ossetian embassy. Previously the Mayor's office refused to satisfy their claim, but the action will be staged.gt-en-newsitem-inside
On May 14th three Russian citizens - Alexey Grunin, Andrey Abramov, and Alexey Nosachyov - with decision of Tskhinval region court were sentenced to 30 days of arrest.
Official version says they were arrested for absence of South Ossetian registration, and besides they can exert pressure on witnesses in the course of investigation at their employer enterprise.
The documents giving grounds for their arrest, were presented to neither lawyers nor Russian embassy employees nor the accused - RosBalt. The source underlined that no criminal case was brought.
Action organizers intend to pass Dmitry Medoyev, South Ossetia's ambassador to Russia, an address to Eduard Kokoyty, South Ossetian leader, with a demand to stop any repressions towards Russian specialists. Protesters will also send a letter to Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian President, with a request to pay attention to this situation.