Russia, Moscow, 29 August/ Trend , corr R. Agayev/ The situation in the Georgian-Ossetian conflict zone will be discussed in the autumn session of PACE, Thomas Hammerberg, commissar of the Council of Europe on human rights told a press conference in Moscow.
"A report on my visit to Tskhinvali, Tbilisi and Moscow will be released in a week," commissar said.
According to Hammerberg, at the moment the most important is return of refugees to their homes. "Ossetian refugees are already returning to South Ossetia which is not same case with Georgians," commissar said. Georgian towns located north of Tskhinvali have been destroyed and no body lives there now, he said.
"Both Tbilisi and Moscow are ready to cooperate in humanitarian issues and both parties accept people's rights to return their homes, he said.
At the night of 8 August, large-scale military operations were launched in the self-declared South Ossetia republic. The Georgian troops entered Tskhinvali. Later the Russian troops entered the city and drove the Georgian forces back to the Georgian territory.
On 12 August, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced that he has decided to end operations to compel Georgia to peace.