International Court of Justice

"No reconciliation without an apology, our priority - to sue Belgrade for genocide"

As he said, there is no reconciliation without an apology and this will be a topic of dialogue.
Addressing parliament in a special session on yesterday's Women's Day, which was also attended by alleged victims of sexual violence during the last war, Kurti said his government was "well prepared to sue official Belgrade before the International Court of Justice."

Is the ICJ the answer or a pipe dream?

The circle of experts on Greek-Turkish relations - which keeps expanding the more the crisis between the two countries deepens as more pundits seek to make themselves heard - has been torn in recent weeks between those who are in favor of Greece taking recourse to the International Court of Justice at The Hague (and they are quite numerous) and those who aren't.

Panagiotopoulos denies Erdogan’s claim that Athens promised not to approach Imia

Defence Minister Nikos Papagiotopoulos denied the public statement of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that Athens agreed with Ankara not to approach the Imia islets on the anniversary of the 1996 dispute over their sovereignty brought the two countries to the brink of war.

Erdogan's remark triggered a political backlash in Athens.

Dangerous ignorance

Before we divide ourselves into "traitors" and "patriots" over whether we should resort to the International Court of Justice in The Hague to resolve issues with Turkey and many other matters, it would be a good idea to make sure we know what we are talking about. Ignorance is a dangerous thing, especially when it is found in so-called experts or just plain old know-it-alls.

Romania, still open to share expertise 11 years after successful Black Sea delimitation

Romania has proven that it has the maturity and expertise required in international maritime delimitation law, which it is still open to share with other states, Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu said on the 11th anniversary of successful completion of the Black Sea delimitation before the International Court of Justice in The Hague (ICJ).

US has no plan to step into Greece-Turkey dispute, says sort it out on your own

Even as US President Donald Trump had a telephone communication with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Washington appears to have adopted a Janus-faced stance in dealing with the Greek-Turkish dispute in the Eastern Mediterranean as it has refused to take a stand on the legality or illegality of Turkey's massive encroachment on Greece's EEZ especially around Crete.

UN court orders Myanmar to prevent Rohingya genocide

In a sweeping legal victory for members of the Rohingya Muslim minority, the United Nations' top court on Jan. 23 ordered Myanmar to take all measures in its power to prevent genocide against the Rohingya people.

The court's president, Judge Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf, said the International Court of Justice "is of the opinion that the Rohingya in Myanmar remain extremely vulnerable.''

Mitsotakis briefs party leaders at Maximos Mansion

Premier Kyriakos Mitsotakis briefed party leaders Friday on his visit to the US and key national issues. There was reportedly agreement on Greece's red lines, as well as the need to keep channels of communication open with Turkey, which under certain conditions could lead both countries to the International Court of Justice to resolve their differences.

Mitsotakis says Greece, Turkey should go to Hague court if agreement is impossible

Mitsotakis says Greece, Turkey should go to Hague court if agreement is impossible

In a no-holds-barred interview with To Vima's political reporter Dimitra Kroustali, PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis indicated that Greece sees resorting to the International Court of Justice as a way to resolve existing disputes with Turkey.