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OSCE mission confirmed: situation with monitors is over2009-02-10 15:14
OSCE mission confirmed: the situation with the two OSCE monitors detained in South Ossetia, is settled, RIA Novosti inform alluding to the Mission representative, Martha Freeman.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Freeman, the issue was discussed with the corresponding sides, and now "the situation is over". "We will be looking thoroughly into the situation, we need to look into the details of what exactly has happened," she added.
Let us remind that according to today's previous messages from the Interior Ministry of Georgia, two OSCE monitors were kidnapped by a group of armed people, penetrated from the Tskhinvali district. As the Interior Ministry of South Ossetia spokesman stated, the two OSCE monitors were detained by South Ossetian police for document check, and they were released practically immediately.
"Two OSCE representatives crossed the border between Georgia and South Ossetia at 10:20 a.m. [Moscow time, 07:20 GMT] Tuesday and were stopped by police at the border line and were stopped by the Artzvi district police officers. After they were spoken to, the employees of the OSCE were released", the South Ossetian Interior Ministry representative said.