Georgia will try to free their citizens detained at the border with South Ossetia
According to the press-speaker of Georgian President Manana Manjgaladze, the Georgian side will do its best to exempt their citizens detained by Russian troops on the eve at the administrative border with South Ossetia. As the "Georgia-News" reported this information Manjgaladze voiced at a press briefing to reporters.
"The "abduction" of ten citizens of Georgia is another illegal act of "occupational" regime and the Georgian side will do everything possible so that all abducted persons get back to their homes" - said Manjgaladze.
Recall, on the evening of June 18, on the border with South Ossetia Russian troops detained ten citizens of Georgia Gali villagers of Onskiy area.