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The Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission, established to "decide through binding arbitration all claims for loss, damage or injury by one Government against the other" related to the 1998-2000 conflict between them that "result from violations of international humanitarian law, including the 1949 Geneva Conventions, or other violations of international law," today rendered its Final Awards on Damages in each Party's Claims.
(MADE PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 20 AND ARTICLE 27(1) OF THE COMMISSION'S RULES OF PROCEDURE)
ERITREA-ETHIOPIA BOUNDARY COMMISSION
The Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission delivered its Decision on delimitation of the border between Eritrea and Ethiopia to representatives of the two governments on Saturday, April 13, 2002. The Decision was delivered at a session attended by all of the members of the Boundary Commission at the premises of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Peace Palace in The Hague.
The text of the Decision is now available.
Eritrea - Ethiopia Boundary Commission
Attached map is plate 13 of 14 proposed maps,
see related document for historic maps.
The Hague, April 8, 2002 - The Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Commission will deliver its Decision on delimitation of the border between Eritrea and Ethiopia to representatives of the two Governments on Saturday, April 13, 2002. The five-member Boundary Commission was established by an agreement between the two Governments dated December 12, 2000.