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Georgia won't extradite prisoners to South Ossetia2012-12-18 11:46
Georgian authorities do not intend to consider the issue of extradition of the four prisoners from South Ossetia, the VZGLIAD reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As recalled by the Trend, on December 18, in the border point Ergneti, there was held another meeting in the framework of joint mechanisms to prevent and respond to incidents. The meeting implies partcicipation of the representatives from Georgia, Russia, the UN, the OSCE, the EU and Tskhinval.
On this occasion the presidential envoy to South Ossetia on post-conflict settlement Murat Dzhioev said that the South Ossetian side was going to raise the question of the South Ossetian citizens in Georgian prisons - Marik Dudayev, George Zasseyev, George Valiyev and Soslan Kochieva.
"They are our citizens, charges against whom had been rigged, and they are wrongfully serving time in prison in Georgia - three of them are in a life sentence", said Dzhioev.
However, the head of the Georgian delegation, the representative of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia Kakha Kemoklidze said that the issue of extradition of South Ossetian criminals "is not on the agenda".