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Georgia is ready to provide Hague Tribunal with materials on 5-day war2010-01-22 16:27
The Ministry of Justice of Georgia stated ready to supply investigators of the Hague Tribunal with all the necessary materials, said Khatuna Iosava, the spokesperson - RIA Novosti. The investigators intend to visit the country in early February to study circumstances of August war.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The government of Georgia hails the arrival of international experts and is read7y to provide them with all t necessary materials. We are ready to cooperate with the International Court," Iosava said.
She mentioned she knew about the intention of investigative group to visit Georgia, but wasn't aware of the specific date.
She said Georgia didn't send any complaints to the Hague, but investigators could start analysis of the case themselves. In case the court sees the signs of international crime, criminal case will be brought.
Nearly 5.5 thousand of claims from aggrieved in the course of 5-day war arrived to the international court to end September 2009.
About 3 000 were passed via Russian embassy, the rest came directly from the aggrieved and their attorneys.