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Today Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights sets off towards South Ossetia and Georgia2008-11-12 12:09
Tomas Hammarberg is going to visit Tbilisi, Gori and Tskhinval.gt-en-newsitem-inside
«The main aspect of the Commissioner's visit is to learn the situation with refugees», - said a Council officer.
Besides, Hammarberg intends to discuss measures taken to protect prisoners, including prisoners of war and criminals sheltering from justice, informs communiqué spread before the visit, Echo of Moscow says.
The document quotes Hammarberg's words on his intention «to continue dialog with (Georgian) authorities, to assess the fulfillment of sixth principles for urgent human rights and humanitarian protection he proposed in his report, presented as the resume of his visit in Georgia in August».