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Tskhinvali released three detained Georgians
13:11 20.07.2012
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Tskhinvali released three detained Georgians and gave them to the Georgian side.

Shota Makharashvili, Giorgi Mairamidze and Otar Javakhi were arrested by the separatist and were charged for “crossing the border illegally”.  South Ossetia media sources reported that the fact that Georgian detainees were released was a gesture of goodwill of South Ossetian side.

In addition, they explained the release was carried out on basis of the amnesty declared by the, so-called, Parliament of Tskhinvali and the act of Pardon signed by the, so-called, president.

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