'Ukrainians to summon ambassador over engineer abduction'

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March 23, 2011 13:40

 
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Ukrainian officials said they were not involved in the capture of Dirar Abu Sisi, the Palestinian engineer abducted from the Ukraine by Mossad agents last month, the Associated Press reported.

A spokesperson for the Unkranian National Security Service said that the agency is no aware how Abu Sisi disappeared from the Ukraine and ended up in an Israeli prison, according to the report.

The Ukranian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday said that it planned to summon the Israeli ambassador in order inquire about the case, AP reported.

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