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Italy 'hoped for different marines verdict' - Delrio


Rimini, August 24 - Transport Minister Graziano
Delrio said Monday Italy had hoped for a different verdict from
the Hamburg-based court on the law of the sea than one obliging
one marine to stay in India and the other possibly to return to
India after his medical leave ends in December, where they are
accused of killing two fishermen.
"Italy hoped (it would go) differently, we had asked for
other things, the sentence doesn't go in the direction we had
requested," said Delrio.
The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS)
said in its ruling Monday it is up to the International Court of
Justice (ICJ) in The Hague to "rule on the merits of the
(Inda-Italy marines) case".
The ITLOS declined to issue the provisional measures
requested by Italy regarding the marines' detention because that
would "infringe on matters linked to the merits of the case".
Legal experts say it may take as long as two years for the
ECJ to reach a verdict.

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