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Today the European Court for Human Rights considers the claim of Georgia against Russia2009-04-16 13:05
Today the hearing of arguments of the case of Georgia against Russia will be held in the European Court for Human Rights - ITAR TASS.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Tinantin Burjaliani, the First Deputy Minister of Justice of Georgia, " the case contains certain facts of illegal oppression, detention and deportation of 150 citizens of Georgia and/or people of Georgian nationality in the period from September 27th 2006 to January 2007".
"Despite the claim of the Georgian side to the European Court includes only 150 people, it is, generally, the case of all ethnic Georgians illegally detained and deported from Russia", she claimed.
The Georgian side demands from the Russian side "compensation of moral and material damages, brought to the citizens of Georgia and people of Georgian nationality in the process of deportation from Russia".