THE HAGUE – The International Court of Justice (ICJ) holds public hearings in the case Chile v. Bolivia
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The International Court of Justice (ICJ), the principal judicial organ of the UN, holds public hearings on the merits of the case concerning the Dispute over the Status and Use of the Waters of the Silala (Chile v. Bolivia) - observations of Chile on the counter-claims of Bolivia

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The International Court of Justice (ICJ), the
principal judicial organ of the UN, holds public hearings on the merits
of the case concerning the Dispute over the Status and Use of the Waters of
the Silala (Chile v. Bolivia),
from 1 to 14 April 2022 at the Peace in The
Hague, the seat of the Court. Sessions held under the presidency of Judge Joan E.
Donoghue, President of the Court.

La Cour internationale de Justice (CIJ),
organe judiciaire principal de l'Organisation des Nations Unies, tient, du 1er au 14 avril 2022, des audiences
publiques en l'affaire relative au Différend concernant le statut et
l'utilisation des eaux du Silala (Chili c. Bolivie)
au Palais de la Paix, à
La Haye, où la Cour a son siège. Séances tenues sous la présidence de Mme la juge Joan E. Donoghue, présidente de la Cour.

Contact :

Mr. Andrey Poskakukhin, Head of Information
Department

Ms Joanne Moore, Information Officer (+31 (0)70 302
2337)

Mr. Avo Sevag Garabet, Associate Information Officer
(+31 (0)70 302 2394)

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