Showing posts with label Hague tribunal. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hague tribunal. Show all posts

Sunday, December 31, 2017

Slovenia Preparing to Sue Croatia in EU Court Over Territorial Dispute

Slovenia Preparing to Sue Croatia in EU Court Over Territorial Dispute
After Croatia rejected the ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague as for the disputed parts of the Croatian-Slovenian borders, the Slovenian Foreign Minister announced that the country was preparing to file a lawsuit in the EU court on the matter.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Putin: Russia has data on new provocations planned against Syrian authorities

Russia has data that new provocations are planned in Syria with the goal of putting the blame on Damascus for allegedly using chemical weapons, Russian President Vladimir Putin told reporters after talks with his Italian counterpart Sergio Mattarella on Tuesday.

Thursday, January 5, 2017

French appeal court: Ex-Kosovo PM, Haradinaj to be kept in custody until extradition request


Ramush Haradinaj will remain in custody "until Serbia makes a formal extradition request," a French appeal court has decided. Reuters reported this on Thursday evening.

Kosovo urges EU to press Serbia to drop arrest warrants for ex-guerrillas

Kosovo asked the European Union on Thursday to press aspirant member state Serbia to drop international arrest warrants for former Kosovar guerrillas including one for an ex-prime minister who was detained in France this week.

Sunday, September 4, 2016

US should drop double standards on South China Sea issue

A spokesperson with the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Saturday urged the United States to drop its double standards on the South China Sea issue and play a constructive role in maintaining regional peace and stability.

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Do not intervene in South China Sea dispute: China tells Japan

China on Sunday asked Japan to restrain itself from interfering in the South China Sea dispute, saying Tokyo should instead consider its "shameful history" before accusing it of expansionist behaviour in the strategic region.

South China Sea: Asean deadlock after court ruling against China

SOUTH-EAST Asian nations failed to agree on maritime disputes in the South China Sea on Sunday after Cambodia blocked any mention to an international court ruling against Beijing in their statement, diplomats said.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

China removed missiles from South China Sea islands ahead of UN verdict

China has removed its new generation surface-to-air missiles from a disputed island in the South China Sea after US withdrew its aircraft carrier ahead of a landmark verdict by an UN-backed tribunal[?], a media report said on Saturday.

Monday, July 18, 2016

China prepares for showdown, to close part of South China Sea for military exercise

China said on Monday that it is closing off a part of the South China Sea for military exercises this week, days after an international tribunal ruled against Beijing's claim to ownership of virtually the entire strategic waterway.

Friday, July 15, 2016

UN says it has no connection to the S. China Sea tribunal

On its official Sina Weibo account, the United Nations made it clear on Wednesday that it has nothing to do with the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague, which issued an award on Tuesday in a case unilaterally initiated by the Philippines in 2013.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Philippines, Japan hold maritime drill post South China Sea ruling

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) on Wednesday conducted a joint maritime exercise with the Japan Coast Guard in the vicinity of Manila Bay, just one day after the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) at The Hague ruled in favour of the Philippines over its South China Sea dispute with China.

Philippines says open to talks with China on S. China Sea ruling. Manila and Beijing committed to each other not to take "provocative actions."

The Philippines is open to discussions with China on implementing the landmark decision by a U.N.-backed arbitral tribunal on the South China Sea dispute involving the two countries among others, Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay said Wednesday.

China says ADIZ in South China Sea depends on threat

China said on Wednesday that it will decide whether to declare an Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) in the South China Sea in accordance with the extent of threat.

China refutes US statement on South China Sea arbitration award

China is strongly displeased with a press statement issued by the spokesperson of the U.S. State Department on Tuesday on the award issued by the South China Sea arbitration tribunal unilaterally initiated by the former Philippine government.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Tribunal ruling on South China Sea final and binding: US

The US said the International arbitration court's ruling on the South China Sea should be treated as final and binding and hoped that both China and the Philippines would comply with their obligations.

China asks Japan to stop interfering in South China Sea

China has asked Japan to stop interfering in the South China Sea issue, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Tuesday.

Law-abusing tribunal issues ill-founded award on South China Sea arbitration

The tribunal handling the South China Sea arbitration case unilaterally initiated by the former Philippine government issued its final award on Tuesday, amid a global chorus that as the panel has no jurisdiction, its decision is naturally null and void.

Court rules China has "no historic rights" in South China Sea; Philippines welcomes, Beijing remains defiant

In a jolt to China, an arbitration court in The Hague on Tuesday ruled that Beijing has "no historic rights" in the South China Sea.

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