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Prensa Latina

Moscow, Apr 30 (Prensa Latina) Russia will do its best for the return home of two fellow countrymen held by an armed group in Libya and scheduled to be tried tomorrow in Tripoli, said Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday.

At the end of a meeting here with his Sudanese counterpart Ali Karti, Lavrov said he is holding intensive contacts with the new Libyan authorities for the return of Alexander Shedonov and Vladimir Dalgov, held since August , 2011.

Three Belarusians and 19-22 Ukrainians were also made prisoners at the time by the armed group Kakaa, which was not subordinated to the provisional government, emerged in the wake of armed conflict in Libya.

“We made efforts, so that after their detention they were taken to Tripoli, where there are institutions controlled by the provisional government imposed there in the wake of the NATO bombings.

Tomorrow there will be…

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