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Italy approaches UN over trial of its two marines in India
Rome, Feb 12 (PTI) Italy has petitioned the UN over the
trial of its two marines in India under a strict anti-piracy
law for the killing of two Indian fishermen, and mentioned it would
exercising “all alternatives” to bring back the naval personnel.
Italy has “initiated speak to” with the Office of the UN
High Commissioner for Human Rights over “the lack of charges”
and the “restriction of freedom” placed on the marines given that
2012, Foreign Minister Emma Bonino said.
“The High Commissioner for Human Rights has agreed to
assess the petition,” she was quoted as saying by Italian news
agency ANSA.
Her comments came a day after Prime Minister Enrico Letta
warned that Italy and the EU would “react” to India’s
“unacceptable” move to invoke a strict anti-piracy law against
marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone.
Bonino also reiterated her country’s assistance to the two
marines. “Our marines are neither terrorists nor pirates. They
carry out a role in the name of the Italian government,” she
told parliament’s foreign affairs and defence committees.
“All options are open, from politics and diplomacy to
legal channels. The aim is the dignified return of our
marines,” Bonino said.
After the hearing, the chairs stated they program to create to
their counterparts in all the EU member states and the
European Parliament to seek international help.
Yesterday, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said
the grouping demands to send a “powerful message” to India as the
trial of the marines has “enormous implications” for Europe’s
fight against piracy.
Meanwhile, diplomatic sources told ANSA that Rome may well
freeze a number of treaties being negotiated with India.Indian authorities have offered their nod to the National
Investigation Agency (NIA), which is probing the matter, to
prosecute the marines below the Suppression of Unlawful Acts
against Safety of Maritime Navigation And Fixed Platforms on
Continental Shelf Act (SUA). The SUA carries death penalty.
India last week removed the possibility of a death penalty
but insisted that the marines would nonetheless be prosecuted under
the anti-piracy law. Now, they face up to ten years in jail.
The marines shot dead two fishermen off the Kerala coast
in February 2012, sparking diplomatic tensions in between India
and Italy.

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