Turkish charity freed two Czech kidnapped in Pakistan

Two 27 years old of Czechs Antonie Chrástecká Humpálová and Hana, who were kidnapped March 13, 2013 in Pakistan, after two years of freedom. Informed Czech Television with reference to Turkish media. Turkish news agency Anadolu reported that in the Turkish province of Van, the girls got on Friday night after two months of intense negotiations, said the charity IHH representative Izzet Sahin.

Sahin said that the charity two months ago turned the family after they have exhausted all other options: “We used all the tools we have available to get them back. We passed safely families.” How’s managed to get to freedom, did not.

Humpálová said after his release, how bad was the captivity: “It was very difficult. We first saw the weapons and armed men. Still do not know who kidnapped us. Of the weapons were fired and exploded bombs. We thought for their families and keep alive the hope that one day we will be saved.”

Antonie Chrástecká and Hana Humpálová were abducted at Taftan in Pakistan’s Balochistan province shortly after they crossed the Iranian-Pakistani border. They were heading to Quetta. Traveled to India.

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