Skiing meeting

On the skiing meeting came four friends from 4 world directions and led the next interview.

Charles: "I did not come from the north or from the south."
Mojmir "But I came from the south."
Joseph: "I came from the north."
Zdeno: "I come from the south."

We know that one statement is not true determine what. Who came from the north and who from the south?

Result

S = (Correct answer is: Zdeno) Wrong answer
J = (Correct answer is: Mojmir) Wrong answer

Solution:

S=ZdenoS=Zdeno
J=MojmirJ=Mojmir



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