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Georgian Boy Kidnapped from Gali, Georgian-Abkhazian Conflict Zone

24.12.2004

Georgian Boy Kidnapped from Gali, Georgian-Abkhazian Conflict Zone

Chuburkhinji.23.12.04.Media News. One more Georgian, 20-year-old Mamuka Gogokhia residing in village Lekukhona of Gali District was kidnapped from Georgian-Abkhazian conflict zone.

The kidnappers are members of Georgian-Abkhazian criminal grouping who already got in touch with the Gogokhias’ family and demanded 10 000USD as a ransom.

This fact was confirmed at four side meeting in Chuburkhinji on the 23rd of December.

Moreover, in village Pakhulani three armed men attacked Jemal Gogokhia’s family and tried to take away his mini-bus, though they could not start the engine of the mini bus. Instead they took away Gogokhia’s mobile phone.

It was mentioned at four side meeting of Chuburkhinji that criminal situation is extremely tense in Gali District.

According to the Abkhazian side they are not able to detain criminals because the local population avoids cooperating with law enforcers.

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