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Georgian sailors have nothing to eat or drink2010-10-08 11:45
Relative of one of the Georgian sailors, captured by Somalian pirates, reported that hostages nearly ran out of water and food.gt-en-newsitem-inside
MV OLIB G vessel, flying the flag of Malta, was seized in early September. 15 Georgians and 3 Turks were aboard that moment.
Relatives of Temur Marshanidze, one of the sailors, said that hostages are given no food or water. "There's practically no fuel in the ship, sailors are under heavy psychological pressure, they are treated violently," they also say.
Previously deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze states the sum of USD 15 mln pirates demanded as a ransom, was an inadequate demand.