27.02.2006.

MLADIC IMPLEMENTED PLANS FROM BELGRADE, NOT PALE

According to Dutch lawyer Van den Biesen, BH co-agent, Belgrade is not responsible for "aiding and abetting Bosnian Serbs", but for being a "senior partner" in a joint partnership and alliance with Pale, whose leaders implemented the political guidelines from Belgrade
26.02.2006.

HEARINGS IN THE BH vs. SaM CASE TO BEGIN

At the heart of the case that has been going on for thirteen years is the question: was genocide committed in BH and is the former FRY – now Serbia and Montenegro (SaM) responsible for it. Legal counsel representing BH have the burden of proof; judgments delivered by the ICTY may be of assistance to them. The International Court may take them in consideration, but is under no obligation to do so
THE HAGUE | 21.04.2004.

SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO WILL NOT GIVE UP ITS LAWSUIT AGAINST NATO

Belgrade wants the International Court of Justice to "shed some light" on the status of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia under international law between 1992 and 2000.
THE HAGUE | 19.04.2004.

LAWSUIT AGAINST NATO TO HAMPER SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO'S PROSEPCTS

The scheduled five-day public hearing on the jurisdiction of the ICJ and the admissibility of proceedings brought by the former FRY against eight NATO member states five years ago began today before the International Court of Justice in The Hague.
THE HAGUE | 18.04.2004.

SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO TO CONTINUE ITS LITIGATION AGAINST NATO

A hearing on the jurisdiction and admissibility of an April 1999 Applications filed by the former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia against NATO members begins tomorrow before the supreme world court.
THE HAGUE | 17.03.2004.

SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO VS. NATO

The International Court of Justice schedules a public hearing on the jurisdiction and admissibility in the case of "legality of the use of force" filed by the Belgrade authorities against NATO member-states five years ago.