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Somali pirates don’t release Georgian sailors2010-10-12 10:33
Representative of the MV OLIB G, the Greek shipowning company, whose vessel was attacked in the Gulf of Aden on September 8th, turned to Tbilisi for help. The crew includes 15 citizens of Georgia and three - of Turkey.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The latest figure, called by the captors as a ransom, was USD 15 mln, and so far pirates agree to no other conditions", said Sergo Devadze, the father of one of the hostages. The man added he had sent letters to the president, Speaker, Foreign Minister, the Patriarch of Georgia.
According to the most recent data, the crew ran out of food and water, and now hostages fully depend on supplies pirates give them. Past week the Foreign Ministry of Georgia called the sum of ransom "inadequate" and impossible - Novosti-Gruzia.