Georgia, Tbilisi, November 14/ Trend , corr N.Kirtzkhalia / "The situation is unsatisfactory in buffer zones of Georgia from the standpoint of both security and social protection of people," Thomas Hammarberg, Council of Europe's (CE) Commissioner for Human Rights said in Georgia.
"CE Commissioner visited buffer zones and got familiar with condition of refugees," Temur Yakobashvili, Georgian state minister for reintegration said after the meeting with Hammarberg.
"Conditions of refugees and their problems were discussed in the meeting. I informed the European guest in detail about assistance to be rendered to refugees," Yakobashvili said.
"It very important that CE will make a decision to conduct constant monitoring in occupied territories. It is very important for us because the truth, which is spread in our country, should be confirmed by international organizations. It is very important that such authoritative organizations as CE will be actively involved in this process," Yakobashvili said.
Thomas Hammarberg, in his turn, noted that an issue of handing over of dead-bodies of the killed was the main subject of his negotiations in Tskhinvali region.
"Presently, negotiations are being continued," he said.
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