Search underway for Georgian missing after attacks in Norway
Georgia , Tbilisi, July 25 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
To search for Georgian citizen Tamta Liparteliani , who went missing in Norway after the attacks, her girl friend Natia Chkhetiani and Young Socialists' leader Dmitri Tskitishvili will bypass all the hospitals.
They received official permission for this.
Earlier, Chkhetiani was able to look for her friend in prosectoriums, but failed to find Liparteliani.
Georgian Consul to Denmark Nino Kochorashvili said it was impossible to find out something about Liparteliani. The Norwegian law enforcement agencies also search for Liparteliani. Kochorashvili said they do utmost to find the girl. Liparteliani was indicated in the list of 32 people who went missing after the tragedy .
The Liparteliani family still hopes that their daughter is in any of the hospitals, as the friend failed to find her among the dead.
Chkhetiani is now in Oslo. Her parents said she was to fly to Georgia today, but the flight was delayed.
Chkhetiani and Liparteliani are members of the "Young Socialists Chkhetiani is the Kutaisi organization Chairman and - Liparteliani - the international committee Secretary. They were sent to Norway on vacation at a youth camp on the recommendation of the organization.
Last Friday, a man dressed in police uniform, shot about 90 people at a youth camp of the ruling Labour party on the Utoya Island. A little earlier a strong explosion shook the government buildings in Oslo. Some 93 people become the victims of the incidents.
Anders Behring Breivik , 32, is charged with killing at least 86 people on the island of Utoya on Friday, where the ruling Labour Party was holding a youth camp. Seven also died in a bomb attack in Oslo earlier Friday.