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UN team arrives in Quetta to study missing persons cases

 A six-member team of the United Nations Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances arrived in Quetta, capital of southwestern Balochistan province of Pakistan.

According to local media reports the UN working group’s members will hold meetings in Balochistan’s provincial capital over the issue of ‘missing’ persons.

The group is will also meet with the relatives of the missing as well as with leaders of several political and nationalist parties.

The provincial government officials would also brief the group on the missing persons’ issue.

The mandate of the UN team will collect data about the ‘missing’ persons during its 10-day mission stay.

The members of the group include, Olivier de Frouville, the Chair-Rapporteur, and Osman El Hajjé, member, was being accompanied by members of the secretariat of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.

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