ECHR RULING ON ARMENIAN IDPS REQUIRES LONG PROCEDURES
June 30, 12:30

The ECHR’s ruling on Armenian and Azerbaijani IDPs must be enacted. The only challenge is the timely development of compensation mechanisms. On June 30 the Institute for War and Peace Armenia Branch, in cooperation with the Public Journalism Club and its project Media Center, held a discussion on the consequences of the ECHR decision on Armenian and Azerbaijani IDPs. Larisa Alaverdyan, First Ombudsman of the RA, Director of the Institute of Politics and Law, and Vladimir Sargsyan, son of Manvel Sargsyan, shared thoughts on the possible impact the ruling may have on the Nagorno Karabakh conflict.

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