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17) The ICJ held that the attainment of such an objective requires 'a balance between the Parties rights and needs to use the river for economic and commercial activities on the one hand, and the obligation to protect it from any damage to the environment that may be caused by such activities, on the other'.
participation in international dispute resolution mechanisms, particularly the ICJ, since the United States was an early and strong proponent of compulsory dispute settlement for violations of the VCCR.
In light of the importance of the ICJ, the continuous contribution of a Japanese judge to the ICJ coincides with the national interests of Japan.
The statement further said the ICJ made its decision taking into account the views of the parties and the circumstances of the case.
Senior officials at the foreign ministry told The Nation that Pakistan had prepared its case with an aim to push the ICJ to dismiss the Indian case.
In view of the timeline, they also informed that there is little chance that the hearing of the case will resume in 2018, adding that the two-month summer vacations of ICJ judges will start in August, and when it ended, the court will take up cases that have already been fixed before it.
While submitting a 1,700-page counter-memorial in the ICJ on December 13 last year, Pakistan rejected the Indian objection of not giving consular access to Jadhav, saying the provision of such access under the Vienna Convention is only for legitimate visitors, and not spies.
On May 18, the ICJ ordered Pakistan to halt the execution of Jadhav until a final decision was made in the proceedings.
The ICJ, a world court that sits at the Peace Palace in The Hague, is seized with an Indian complaint on the conviction of the Indian spy and had set a deadline of Dec 13 by which Pakistan had to submit its counter-pleadings or counter memorial against the Indian claims.
After submission of Pakistani reply, ICJ would review stance of both countries and would fix the date for hearing.
Established in 1945, and based in The Hague in the Netherlands, the ICJ 'informally known as the 'World Court' settles legal disputes between states and gives advisory opinions on legal questions that have been referred to it by other authorized UN organs.
It will be the first time since the ICJ was established in 1945 that there will be no British judge.
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