19 September 2003, 18:09

Ingur Hydroelectric Power Station guard head, who had been taken hostage on September 16 in Gali district, was released

The guard head of the Ingur Hydroelectric Power Station Amiran Urotadze, who had been taken hostage in the Gali district on September 16, was released. He had been held on the territory of Georgia's Tsalenjikhsky district for over a day. The state of health of the released hostage is satisfactory.

In the words of the chairman of the Abkhazian State Security Service Givi Agrba, nobody paid ransom for the hostage, his release became possible owing to negotiations with the Georgian party.

Source: APSNIPRESS Information Agency

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