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India marines arbitration 'to last till August 2018'

Court confirms March 30-31 hearing on Girone

India marines arbitration 'to last till August 2018'

Rome, January 20 - A court in The Hague said Wednesday arbitration between Italy and India over the fate of two Italian marines accused by India of killing two Indian fishermen during an anti-piracy mission in 2012 will take until August, 2018. The court confirmed a March 30-31 hearing on Italy's December request to get marine Salvatore Girone back from India for the duration of the arbitration regarding him and fellow marine Massimiliano Latorre. The arbitration court also said Italy must file a written statement of its version of events by September 16 this year and India must do the same by March 31, 2017. The court also set further deadlines for both sides to respond to one another's initial statements, of July 28, 2017, for Italy and December 1, 2017, for India. If the latter has raised objections over jurisdiction or admissibility at the point, Italy will have one last chance to rebut by February 2, 2018. After that, the arbitration court will have six months to come to a verdict. It reserves itself the right to extend that time, however. The long-running affair has caused friction between India and Italy, which has asked for international arbitration since India failed to charge either of the servicemen, while detaining them for years.

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