Georgian sailors to arrive in Kenya tomorrow
 Tbilisi 14:18 - 11.01.12 «GHN»
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The vessel taking fifteen Georgian sailors from Somali to Kenya after being released from the captivity of Somali pirates will arrive in the Mombasa Port tomorrow. Former hostages are under the reinforced security of Bulgarian guards. Three Turk sailors of the vessel OliBG, who was captured by the Somali pirates in 2010, were also released together with Georgian ones. The captain of the ship says none of the sailors has serious health problem.
The sailors will be provided medical examination and first aid urgently after arriving in Mombasa. A group of doctors and the delegation of Georgian Ministries of interior, healthcare and foreign affairs headed by deputy minister of economics Giorgi Karbelashvili, will meet the sailors in Mombasa.
A special flight of Airzena Air Company will leave Tbilisi for Kenya to take the released sailors to Batumi.
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