The European Court of Human Rights has recognized приемлимой first complaints of Georgia against Russia

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The European Court of Human Rights declared admissible a complaint by the Georgian claim against Russia. In fact, the case will be considered at a later stage.

This case concerns the alleged harassment of Georgian migrants in Russia after the arrest in Tbilisi on 27 September 2006, the four Russian servicemen on suspicion of espionage against Georgia.

26 March 2007, the Georgian authorities have filed a lawsuit in accordance with Article 33 (Inter-State cases) European Convention on Human Rights.

The Georgian government claims that the Russian authorities' reaction to an incident in September 2006 led to a specific and continuing violations of the European Convention on Human Rights and the Protocols thereto: Article 3 (prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment and punishment), Article 5 (right to liberty ), Article 8 (right to respect for private and family life), article 13 (right to an effective remedy), Article 14 (prohibition of discrimination), Article 18 (Limitation on use of restrictions on rights) of the Convention, Article 1 (protection of property ) and 2 (right to education) of Protocol № 1, article 4 (prohibition of collective expulsion of aliens) of number 4. and Article 1 (procedural safeguards relating to expulsion of aliens) of number 7.

These violations are reported, expressed in mass arrests and detention of Georgian migrants in Russia, created a common threat to personal safety and widespread arbitrary interference with the rights and freedoms.

The Georgian government has also complained to the conditions in which at least 2,380 Georgians were arrested. It argues that the collective expulsion of Georgians from the Russian Federation has been the systematic and arbitrary interference with the legitimate rights of these individuals, as well as violations of the requirements of due process. In addition, the closed surface, air and maritime border between Russia and Georgia, thus violating all postal communications and hampering access to remedies for victims.

The Russian government has challenged the approval of the Georgian government. It stated that the events surrounding the arrest in Tbilisi of four Russian officers and their subsequent release had no relationship of time and substance to the events described by the Georgian Government. The Russian authorities did not use repression against the citizens of Georgia, but continued to apply the normal rules aimed at preventing illegal migration, in accordance with the requirements of the Convention and the international obligations of the Russian Federation. In particular, by the end of 2006 there has been growth in the number of administrative deportation of Georgian citizens who violated the rules governing residence in the territory of Russia.

The court found that the substance of the complaint, as well as written and oral statements by the Georgian government were clear enough to examine the issue under the Convention.

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