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Rome

Italy denies accepting Indian jurisdiction on marines

Arbitration court to examine Girone return request on Jan 18

Italy denies accepting Indian jurisdiction on marines

Rome, January 14 - Defence Minister Roberta Pinotti on Thursday denied that the government had accepted Indian jurisdiction in the case of two marines being held by India on suspicion of murdering two Indian fishermen during an anti-piracy mission in 2012. "Italy informed India's supreme court of the consequences of the August 24 decision by the International tribunal for the law of the sea suspending all judicial proceedings underway, and therefore how it was precluded from taking any decision concerning Massimiliano Latorre, who could therefore remain in Italy," Pinotti said during a parliamentary question time. Latorre has been in Italy since suffering a stroke in 2014 but was due to return to India on Friday. On Wednesday the Indian Supreme Court decided to extend his permit to stay in Italy for health reasons until April 30, after the head of the Senate's defence committee Nicola Latorre said Massimiliano would not return to India. In regard to Salvatore Girone, the other marine being held by India and who is staying at the Italian embassy in New Delhi, Pinotta said "we have asked for him to be returned to Italy for the duration of the arbitration". The defence minister said Italy had lodged a request with the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague for Girone to be able to return to Italy on December 11. The court would examine the matter at a hearing set for January 18, Pinotti said.

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