Family of missing Georgian appeals to president after Norwegian attacks
Georgia, Tbilisi, July 26 / Trend N.Kirtzkhalia /
The family of a Georgian citizen Tamta Liparteliani, who went missing in Norway after the attacks, appealed to President Mikheil Saakashvili to assist in her search.
"Her friends visited the whole area, searched through all the morgues, and could not find my daughter", Liparteliani's mother Leila Asatiani said. "I do not know, maybe she is in the hospital, maybe she is hiding somewhere, or has lost her way. I ask the President to help find my only daughter."
Asatiani does not exclude the possibility that her daughter could have been taken hostage, along with 30 other young people who disappeared and still cannot be found. "I think that the bomber had accomplices kidnapping the children, to demand some concessions from the authorities", she said.
Last Friday, a man dressed in a police uniform shot about 90 people at a youth camp of the ruling Labour party on the Utoya Island. A little earlier a large explosion shook the government buildings in Oslo. In total, some 93 people were victims of both incidents.
Anders Behring Breivik, 32 years old, is charged with killing at least 86 people on the island of Utoya on Friday, where the ruling Labour Party has a summer youth camp. Seven more people died in a bomb attack in Oslo earlier on Friday.