ArmA 3 devs Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar have sent a letter thanking supporters who are making their 80-day stay in a Greek cell easier to handle, but believe there is much to overcome before they are released.

The letter was published on the HelpIvanMartin website

"We are treated well, but we feel we should rather be with our families than here," write the devs. "Your effort makes it easier to handle: we enjoy the postcards, community news, pictures and puzzles which are being regularly sent by this website's magnificent staff, It seems it will take some time before we could return home and there is certainly much to overcome.

"We do our best to stay optimistic and use this time well: we read, we walk, we chat and discuss and Martin even does some pt. We've already walked hundred of kilometres, read thousands of pages, but our thoughts are always with our families, friends and people who help us in any way."

A protest against the unjust arrest of Buchta and Pezlar recently took place outside the Greek embassy in Prague, and the organisers handed over a petition of 20,000 signatures for their release.

Source: HelpIvanMartin

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