On March 27, Georgia lodged an application against the Russian Federation following alleged acts of espionage by Russian service personnel arrested in Tbilisi. According to Georgia, the reaction of the Russia amounted to breaches of several provisions of the Convention and its Protocols. Violations allegedly consist of harassment of the Georgian immigrant population in the Russian Federation. Although the now-defunct European Commission of Human Rights dealt with seventeen inter-state applications, the ECtHR has decided only 3 inter-state applications since its inception in 1959.
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