Red Cross: Will continue efforts to release Gilad

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September 29, 2010 09:36

 
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The head of the Red Cross' Mid-east department Beatrice Roggo promised the Shalit family that the organization will continue its efforts to release Gilad Shalit on Wednesday, Israel Radio reported.

The statement was delivered to Yoel Shalit who was in Geneva to give a letter to the Red Cross in hopes that they could deliver it to his brother Gilad.

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