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MOSCOW, July 5 (Itar-Tass) - The Russian Foreign Ministry has reached an agreement for Russian consulate diplomats to regularly meet with Russians Alexander Shadrov and Vladimir Dolgov arrested in Libya on charges of complicity with Gaddafi’s regime, Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said on Friday.
Diplomats from the Russian Embassy in Tripoli recently visited Shadrov and Dolgov in the city of Zintan. Detention conditions for Russians at the new place on the whole are acceptable. Their moral and psychological state is satisfactory, Lukashevich said.
Agreements were reached on regular meetings with Russian consular officers, he said.
The Russian Foreign Ministry in cooperation with other federal departments continues the consistent work with Libyan authorities for soonest return of the arrested people to the native land.
The next meeting of the court to consider their case is postponed to August 14, the official said.