Hague International Court of Justice Announces Public Hearing for FYROM vs. Greece

The International Court of Justice in Hague announced that the public hearing on the proceedings of FYROM against Greece will be held from the 21st until the 31st of March 2011.
In the relevant announcement made by the ICJ it is noted that “on November 17 2008, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia instituted proceedings against Greece for what it describes as a “flagrant violation of [Greece’s] obligations under Article 11” of the Interim Accord signed by the Parties on 13 September 1995”.
It is also stated that both parties have filed the written views on the issue. The public hearings will be held in the Great Hall of Justice of the Peace Palace.
Meanwhile the European People’s Party (EPP) annnounced that an informal group called “Friends of Macedonia” in the European Parliament was inaugurated yesterday. The group presentation was carried out by Martin Kastler (EPP).


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