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Estonian bicyclists abducted in Lebanon plead for help in video STORY HIGHLIGHTS Video shows seven Estonian men pleading for international community's helpThey were abducted while bicycling into Lebanon from Syria on March 23Estonian foreign minister says they were taken by local criminals fake LV Bag Online sale, then handed offThe video makes it clear kidnappers "want to keep contact," minister says (CNN) -- A video showing seven Estonians pleading for help in gaining their release -- a month after they were abducted while bicycling in Lebanon -- makes it clear their kidnappers "want to keep contact," Estonia's foreign minister said Wednesday.
Meanwhile, a Lebanese internal security spokesman told CNN on Wednesday that seven of 11 people for whom they have warrants in the kidnappings have been arrested. It was the first contact from the men or their abductors since a web posting from a previously unknown group claiming it was responsible for the abduction. In the video, which was sent as a YouTube link in an e-mail to the Estonian foreign ministry replica Gucci Handbags, one of the abductees reads in English from a statement calling on Lebanon's caretaker prime minister, Saad Hariri, and the leaders of Saudi Arabia, Jordan and France to do anything in their power to get them back home. After that, each of the other men makes a short plea for help.
Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet was in Abu Dhabi Wednesday for a meeting of the foreign ministers of the European Union and Gulf Co-Operation Council Replica LV Handbags, during which he secured pledges of cooperation from the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia in finding the seven. He said Jordan "and many colleagues from European Union and NATO countries" also had agreed to help. Paet told CNN that the men were abducted by "local criminals" in the Bekaa Valley on March 23 as they bicycled into northeastern Lebanon from Syria. They then were handed over to an unknown group.
In early April a statement was posted on a Lebanese news portal by a previously unknown group calling itself the Renaissance and Reform Movement, saying they had carried out the kidnappings and would issue demands, but none has since been made.