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Strasbourg Court as Georgia’s last hope2011-01-31 18:28
Georgian MFA attaches political and legal significance to the consideration of the "Georgia against Russia" case by Strasbourg Court, Deputy Foreign Minister of Georgia Nino Kalandadze stated, Novosti-Georgian reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
On January 31, European Human Rights Court will consider the case connected with Georgia's first lawsuit filed against Russia regarding the mass deportation of ethnic Georgians residing the Russian Federation in autumn 2006 and the facts of gross violation of human rights in their respect.
"The court has got a political meaning, for the official Tbilisi has more then once repeated to western politicians that this (the deportation of ethnic Georgians) is part of Russia's policy conducted against Georgia", - Kalandadze underlined. She expressed hope that "Georgia's lawsuit will be confirmed by the court".