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Georgian Law-enforcers Starting to Look for the Kidnapped People

14.06.2005

Georgian Law-enforcers Starting to Look for the Kidnapped People

Tbilisi. 13.06.05. Media News. Georgian Law-enforcers with the representatives of the joint peace forces are going to start the investigating activities on the territory controlled by Georgian and Ossetian authority.

Few days ago, four Georgians kidnapped by Ossetians have been looked for at the territory of Khashuri-Sachkhere (the bordering territory with Osietia).

After the terms are expired appointed by the Georgian State Minister on Conflict Settlement Giorgi Khaindrava to the Ossetian side in order to find the whereabouts of the Georgians hostages, population is going to block the road to the direction of the West Georgia.

According to Levan Khachapuridze, one of the brothers of kidnapped person, the frustration of the population is very high and the situation is very extreme.

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