Archive - 30/8/2021

Mon, 30/08/2021 - 19:24

Georgia has not shown political will to resolve the issue of the missing - Ombudsman

In South Ossetia, 130 families are waiting for information about their loved ones who have gone missing, the ombudsman for human rights under the President of the Republic, Inal Tasoev, told the “Res,” news agency on Monday.

“Most of the citizens we are looking for disappeared during the Georgian aggression in the 90s, in August 2008 - 8 people, a total of 130 residents of South Ossetia,” the Ombudsman said.

According to him, in 2016 and 2021, the remains of two citizens were found - Mairbeg Tedeev and Anatoly Khodov, both were reported missing since August 2008.