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Court of Hague refused to consider Georgia’s lawsuit against RF2011-04-01 18:23
Consideration of Georgia's lawsuit against Russia actually does not fall within the competency of the UN International Court of Hague. This was reported by GHN that is citing the court's statement. Such decision of the international court means that proceedings on Georgia's case against RF will be ceased.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Let us remind you that on 12 August 2008, official Tbilisi filed a lawsuit against Russia with the UN International Court. The lawsuit says that since 1990, Russia has been performing "discrimination" of the Georgian population directly, as well as with Abkhazia and South Ossetia's support, which means the breach of International Convention 1965 on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination.
In October 2008, UN International Court announced a decision on temporary measures. The court called on both parties, Georgia and Russia, to refrain from any acts of racial discrimination and their support.
The court stated that the parties should help render humanitarian aid to all who need it, as well as not to resort to measures that could aggravate the dispute. The court also obliged both parties to ensure security of the people, human right for freedom of movement and settlement in the context of the state frontiers, and to defend the property of the displaced persons and refugees.