Georgia demanded compensation from Russia for the deportation of “illegal immigrants”

For moral damages caused during the deportation from Russia in 2006, the citizens of Georgia, Tbilisi demands that Moscow 70.32 million euros, said the Ministry of Justice of Georgia on Friday, the correspondent of the newspaper LOOK in Tbilisi.

Georgia has provided the relevant documents to the ECHR.
A year ago, the ECHR has considered Georgia’s claims justified and invited the parties to agree on the amount of compensation within 12 months.

Moscow and Tbilisi have not reached a consensus, so Tbilisi has designated this amount unilaterally.

In 2006, the then Georgian authorities arrested in Tbilisi on suspicion of espionage of four Russian officers. In response, Russia expelled 2,380 Georgians who were in Russia illegally. During this process, because of ill health, killing three Georgian citizens, declare in Tbilisi, citing Russia’s violation of a number of European conventions.

The Ministry of Justice notes that the amount of compensation required is calculated from the relevant precedents.

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