New Zealand, in its written statement of position, has expressed concern regarding compensation for the family of the individual whose life was lost in the incident and for Greenpeace. On this point, moreover, the two Governments are in full agreement.

As early as 8 August 1985, as the New Zealand Government recalls, the President of the French Republic assured New Zealand of French cooperation in this respect. Memorandum of the Government of New Zealand to the Secretary-General of the United Nations. led to a deep and genuine sense of public outrage in New Zealand. As envisaged, the New Zealand Government at once set out its position in writing to the Secretary-General who kindly communicated this document to the French Government. In an exchange of letters of the same date with the French Prime Minister, the President of France spoke of the guilty being "severely punished". This was done without regard for innocent civilians.

I did so in order to satisfy myself that I had a full and complete understanding of their respective positions and to be sure that I am able to produce a ruling on all aspects of the affair which in terms of the agreement announced in Paris, Wellington and New York on 19 June, is both equitable and principled. - 6 July 1986. This operation could not be carried out in accordance with the original plans due to the fact that on 10 July 1985 the Rainbow Warrior was destroyed at its moorings in the Port of Auckland by two explosive devices. The sinking of the Rainbow Warrior led to a deep and genuine sense of public outrage in New Zealand.

It questions whether the act will have any effect on testing in the Pacific as a piece of New Zealand legislation does not govern the actions of another country. The anger that is still felt over the incident is seen in the statements by Martini Glotje, the First Mate of the Rainbow Warrior. On 4 November 1985 Mafart and Prieur pleaded guilty in the District Court in Auckland to charges of manslaughter and wilful damage to a ship by means of an explosive.
I therefore rule that France should: (a) Not oppose continuing imports of New Zealand butter into the United Kingdom in 1987 and 1988 at levels proposed by the Commission of the European Communities in so far as these do not exceed those mentioned in document COM(83)574 of 6 October 1983, that is to say, 77,000 tonnes in 1987 and 75,000 tonnes in 1988; and, (b) Not take measures that might impair the implementation of the agreement between New Zealand and the European Economic. On 12 July 1985 two members of the French team of agents were interviewed by the New Zealand Police and subsequently arrested.

This being the case, the formal and unconditional offer of apologies by France compensates for the moral damage suffered by New Zealand and this damage could not in addition be the object of a pecuniary compensation. Thus the New Zealand Government can deport Major Mafart and Captain Prieur to France, but, conversely, France could not imprison them. These charges were laid by the New Zealand Police on the basis of evidence linking these and other French officers with the sinking in New Zealand of the Rainbow Warrior. affair for a ruling which both sides agreed to abide by.

These checks had no connection with the dispute now submitted to the Secretary-General. incident". In other words, France is ready to assume, as regards New Zealand and the victims of the incident, all responsibilities incumbent upon it, in place of the persons having acted on its behalf, as done, for example, by the British Government in respect of the United States Government when the vessel "Caroline" was destroyed by a British commando unit (cf. [citation needed], France sought to rely on the doctrine of force majeure in that the medical grounds used to repatriate the agents was unforeseen and beyond its control, thus the treaty's obligation for detention would be impossible. Nevertheless, access to the original PDF is reserved to clients of the Jus Mundi - Arbitration Research offer. A copy of the Chief Justice’s statement delivered in the High Court is available if required. was not a New Zealand ship and the dead crewman was a Netherlands citizen.

The French response to that is that there is no basis either in international law or in French law on which the two could serve out any portion of their New Zealand sentence in France, and that they could not be subjected to new criminal proceedings after a transfer into French hands. Deuxièmement : le Gouvernement est favorable à la création d'une commission d'enquête parlementaire. On one matter I find no need to make a ruling. There is an important constitutional principle in New Zealand, (as in most other democratic countries), which restrains the executive branch of government from interfering for political or other purposes in judicial matters. Damage to the vessel and compensation in respect of the death of its crewman. The French memorandum to the secretary general argued that Greenpeace was engaging in "hostile actions" and "illegal penetration" of French territory around the test site and New Zealand acted as a platform for those actions. Then they agreed that "representatives of the two Governments would meet... on this subject".

On the other hand it may be admitted that it has caused it moral damage which, according to international law, may be compensated by the offer of regrets or apologies. 1. Indeed, the New Zealand authorities had on 30 July requested the assistance of the French authorities in the context of the enquiry pursued by the New Zealand Police. mis hors de cause car il serait inacceptable d’exposer des militaires qui n’ont fait qu'obéir aux ordres et qui ont parfois accompli dans le passé pour notre pays de très dangereuses missions. It considers that the persons concerned. J’ai tenu à vous les faire connaître immédiatement. In spite of a certain number of meetings, these discussions were unable to reach a successful conclusion. The two parties committed themselves, under this compromise, to pursue negotiations in good faith aimed at fixing by mutual agreement the amount of the damages which the French State will agree to pay. The bombing of the Rainbow Warrior in 1985 was a retaliation by the French to anti-nuclear protest.

The position of the New Zealand Government was first formally set out in a Diplomatic Note dated 6 September 1985 from the New Zealand Embassy in Paris to the French Ministry of External Relations. A copy is attached as Annex A. was indisputably a serious violation of basic norms of international law. This blast was less powerful than previous tests. These arguments were rejected as not fulfilling any of the criteria of international law pertaining to the use of force. France has admitted responsibility for blowing up the Rainbow Warrior, flagship of the Greenpeace environmental movement, last July 10, but wants New Zealand to free the two agents from their 10-year jail sentences. The Government of New Zealand is equally bound to bring formally to notice that officers of the French Armed Forces are also charged in New Zealand with serious criminal offences involving the use of force on New Zealand territory. not flying the New Zealand flag, was sunk at its moorings in Auckland Harbor, New Zealand, as a result of extensive damage caused by two high explosive devices.

it is not in a position to assert formal standing to claim on behalf of individuals who have suffered harm in the wake of the events of 10 July 1985, has taken a close interest in compensation for them. New Zealand consequently has a right to compensation for the harm which it directly suffered from that attack. Two agents, who were convicted of destroying a ship docked in New Zealand, were removed by France on the premise that they required emergency medical treatment. The New Zealand Government, while recognising that because of the nationality of Mr. Pereira and that of the vessel Rainbow Warrior it is not in a position to assert formal standing to claim on behalf of individuals who have suffered harm in the wake of the events of 10 July 1985, has taken a close interest in compensation for them. France's wins knocked New Zealand out of the 1999 and 2007 tournaments at … by French service agents which took place on 10 July 1985. involved not only a breach of international law, but also the commission of a serious crime in New Zealand for which the two officers received a lengthy sentence from a New Zealand court. The issues that I need to consider are limited in number. I invited the two Governments to submit written statements of their positions to me. "Je vous remercie des informations que vous m'avez communiquées au sujet du Rainbow Warrior.

We continuously identify new themes to add to the existing Wiki Notes as well as Contributors to author new Notes. In June 1986 I was formally approached by the Governments of France and New Zealand, who referred to me all the problems between them arising from the Rainbow Warrior affair for a ruling which both sides agreed to abide by. The French Government has paid to the relatives of Mr. Fernando Pereira indemnities which have been accepted by them. This statement in a mainstream news outlet is evidence that this is a common feeling amongst New Zealanders.

The New Zealand Prime Minister, Mr. Lange, says France has already begun using trade barriers, and has demanded they be lifted.

The Greenpeace movement has nevertheless pursued, for more than 15 years, campaigns of disparagement and indeed hostile action against the French nuclear tests. Since it was not possible to bring the negotiation aiming at fixing this amount to a successful conclusion, each of the parties has designated an arbitrator, namely Professor Terre for France and Judge Woodhouse for Greenpeace.
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As early as 8 August 1985, as the New Zealand Government recalls, the President of the French Republic assured New Zealand of French cooperation in this respect. Memorandum of the Government of New Zealand to the Secretary-General of the United Nations. led to a deep and genuine sense of public outrage in New Zealand. As envisaged, the New Zealand Government at once set out its position in writing to the Secretary-General who kindly communicated this document to the French Government. In an exchange of letters of the same date with the French Prime Minister, the President of France spoke of the guilty being "severely punished". This was done without regard for innocent civilians.

I did so in order to satisfy myself that I had a full and complete understanding of their respective positions and to be sure that I am able to produce a ruling on all aspects of the affair which in terms of the agreement announced in Paris, Wellington and New York on 19 June, is both equitable and principled. - 6 July 1986. This operation could not be carried out in accordance with the original plans due to the fact that on 10 July 1985 the Rainbow Warrior was destroyed at its moorings in the Port of Auckland by two explosive devices. The sinking of the Rainbow Warrior led to a deep and genuine sense of public outrage in New Zealand.

It questions whether the act will have any effect on testing in the Pacific as a piece of New Zealand legislation does not govern the actions of another country. The anger that is still felt over the incident is seen in the statements by Martini Glotje, the First Mate of the Rainbow Warrior. On 4 November 1985 Mafart and Prieur pleaded guilty in the District Court in Auckland to charges of manslaughter and wilful damage to a ship by means of an explosive.
I therefore rule that France should: (a) Not oppose continuing imports of New Zealand butter into the United Kingdom in 1987 and 1988 at levels proposed by the Commission of the European Communities in so far as these do not exceed those mentioned in document COM(83)574 of 6 October 1983, that is to say, 77,000 tonnes in 1987 and 75,000 tonnes in 1988; and, (b) Not take measures that might impair the implementation of the agreement between New Zealand and the European Economic. On 12 July 1985 two members of the French team of agents were interviewed by the New Zealand Police and subsequently arrested.

This being the case, the formal and unconditional offer of apologies by France compensates for the moral damage suffered by New Zealand and this damage could not in addition be the object of a pecuniary compensation. Thus the New Zealand Government can deport Major Mafart and Captain Prieur to France, but, conversely, France could not imprison them. These charges were laid by the New Zealand Police on the basis of evidence linking these and other French officers with the sinking in New Zealand of the Rainbow Warrior. affair for a ruling which both sides agreed to abide by.

These checks had no connection with the dispute now submitted to the Secretary-General. incident". In other words, France is ready to assume, as regards New Zealand and the victims of the incident, all responsibilities incumbent upon it, in place of the persons having acted on its behalf, as done, for example, by the British Government in respect of the United States Government when the vessel "Caroline" was destroyed by a British commando unit (cf. [citation needed], France sought to rely on the doctrine of force majeure in that the medical grounds used to repatriate the agents was unforeseen and beyond its control, thus the treaty's obligation for detention would be impossible. Nevertheless, access to the original PDF is reserved to clients of the Jus Mundi - Arbitration Research offer. A copy of the Chief Justice’s statement delivered in the High Court is available if required. was not a New Zealand ship and the dead crewman was a Netherlands citizen.

The French response to that is that there is no basis either in international law or in French law on which the two could serve out any portion of their New Zealand sentence in France, and that they could not be subjected to new criminal proceedings after a transfer into French hands. Deuxièmement : le Gouvernement est favorable à la création d'une commission d'enquête parlementaire. On one matter I find no need to make a ruling. There is an important constitutional principle in New Zealand, (as in most other democratic countries), which restrains the executive branch of government from interfering for political or other purposes in judicial matters. Damage to the vessel and compensation in respect of the death of its crewman. The French memorandum to the secretary general argued that Greenpeace was engaging in "hostile actions" and "illegal penetration" of French territory around the test site and New Zealand acted as a platform for those actions. Then they agreed that "representatives of the two Governments would meet... on this subject".

On the other hand it may be admitted that it has caused it moral damage which, according to international law, may be compensated by the offer of regrets or apologies. 1. Indeed, the New Zealand authorities had on 30 July requested the assistance of the French authorities in the context of the enquiry pursued by the New Zealand Police. mis hors de cause car il serait inacceptable d’exposer des militaires qui n’ont fait qu'obéir aux ordres et qui ont parfois accompli dans le passé pour notre pays de très dangereuses missions. It considers that the persons concerned. J’ai tenu à vous les faire connaître immédiatement. In spite of a certain number of meetings, these discussions were unable to reach a successful conclusion. The two parties committed themselves, under this compromise, to pursue negotiations in good faith aimed at fixing by mutual agreement the amount of the damages which the French State will agree to pay. The bombing of the Rainbow Warrior in 1985 was a retaliation by the French to anti-nuclear protest.

The position of the New Zealand Government was first formally set out in a Diplomatic Note dated 6 September 1985 from the New Zealand Embassy in Paris to the French Ministry of External Relations. A copy is attached as Annex A. was indisputably a serious violation of basic norms of international law. This blast was less powerful than previous tests. These arguments were rejected as not fulfilling any of the criteria of international law pertaining to the use of force. France has admitted responsibility for blowing up the Rainbow Warrior, flagship of the Greenpeace environmental movement, last July 10, but wants New Zealand to free the two agents from their 10-year jail sentences. The Government of New Zealand is equally bound to bring formally to notice that officers of the French Armed Forces are also charged in New Zealand with serious criminal offences involving the use of force on New Zealand territory. not flying the New Zealand flag, was sunk at its moorings in Auckland Harbor, New Zealand, as a result of extensive damage caused by two high explosive devices.

it is not in a position to assert formal standing to claim on behalf of individuals who have suffered harm in the wake of the events of 10 July 1985, has taken a close interest in compensation for them. New Zealand consequently has a right to compensation for the harm which it directly suffered from that attack. Two agents, who were convicted of destroying a ship docked in New Zealand, were removed by France on the premise that they required emergency medical treatment. The New Zealand Government, while recognising that because of the nationality of Mr. Pereira and that of the vessel Rainbow Warrior it is not in a position to assert formal standing to claim on behalf of individuals who have suffered harm in the wake of the events of 10 July 1985, has taken a close interest in compensation for them. France's wins knocked New Zealand out of the 1999 and 2007 tournaments at … by French service agents which took place on 10 July 1985. involved not only a breach of international law, but also the commission of a serious crime in New Zealand for which the two officers received a lengthy sentence from a New Zealand court. The issues that I need to consider are limited in number. I invited the two Governments to submit written statements of their positions to me. "Je vous remercie des informations que vous m'avez communiquées au sujet du Rainbow Warrior.

We continuously identify new themes to add to the existing Wiki Notes as well as Contributors to author new Notes. In June 1986 I was formally approached by the Governments of France and New Zealand, who referred to me all the problems between them arising from the Rainbow Warrior affair for a ruling which both sides agreed to abide by. The French Government has paid to the relatives of Mr. Fernando Pereira indemnities which have been accepted by them. This statement in a mainstream news outlet is evidence that this is a common feeling amongst New Zealanders.

The New Zealand Prime Minister, Mr. Lange, says France has already begun using trade barriers, and has demanded they be lifted.

The Greenpeace movement has nevertheless pursued, for more than 15 years, campaigns of disparagement and indeed hostile action against the French nuclear tests. Since it was not possible to bring the negotiation aiming at fixing this amount to a successful conclusion, each of the parties has designated an arbitrator, namely Professor Terre for France and Judge Woodhouse for Greenpeace.
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5. The French Government is prepared to reimburse New Zealand for these expenses and for its part New Zealand has declared itself prepared to furnish the details of them to the Secretary-General.

Hon. was carried out under official orders by a team of agents from the Directorate General of External Security, an agency of the French Government. Relations between France and New Zealand were tested as a result of the anti-nuclear protest, culminating in the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior in 1985, and in more recent years the two countries still have little to do with each other. The Secretary-General was willing to accept responsibility for this task. Become a Contributor, submit your candidacy to author this Wiki Note. Attempts to resolve the dispute by negotiation began in September 1985 following a meeting in New York between the New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister and the then French Minister of External Relations.

On 10 July 1985 a civilian vessel, the Rainbow Warrior, not flying the New Zealand flag, was sunk at its moorings in Auckland Harbor, New Zealand, as a result of extensive damage caused by two high explosive devices. By its own action and statements the Government of France has introduced trade matters into the dispute. These conditions should be strictly complied with and appropriate action should be taken under the rules governing military discipline to enforce them. had been "sunk under orders by agents of the DirectorateGeneral of External Security" (DGSE). Il devra prioritairement réorganiser l'ensemble de ses services. Hon. 13).
New Zealand, in its written statement of position, has expressed concern regarding compensation for the family of the individual whose life was lost in the incident and for Greenpeace. On this point, moreover, the two Governments are in full agreement.

As early as 8 August 1985, as the New Zealand Government recalls, the President of the French Republic assured New Zealand of French cooperation in this respect. Memorandum of the Government of New Zealand to the Secretary-General of the United Nations. led to a deep and genuine sense of public outrage in New Zealand. As envisaged, the New Zealand Government at once set out its position in writing to the Secretary-General who kindly communicated this document to the French Government. In an exchange of letters of the same date with the French Prime Minister, the President of France spoke of the guilty being "severely punished". This was done without regard for innocent civilians.

I did so in order to satisfy myself that I had a full and complete understanding of their respective positions and to be sure that I am able to produce a ruling on all aspects of the affair which in terms of the agreement announced in Paris, Wellington and New York on 19 June, is both equitable and principled. - 6 July 1986. This operation could not be carried out in accordance with the original plans due to the fact that on 10 July 1985 the Rainbow Warrior was destroyed at its moorings in the Port of Auckland by two explosive devices. The sinking of the Rainbow Warrior led to a deep and genuine sense of public outrage in New Zealand.

It questions whether the act will have any effect on testing in the Pacific as a piece of New Zealand legislation does not govern the actions of another country. The anger that is still felt over the incident is seen in the statements by Martini Glotje, the First Mate of the Rainbow Warrior. On 4 November 1985 Mafart and Prieur pleaded guilty in the District Court in Auckland to charges of manslaughter and wilful damage to a ship by means of an explosive.
I therefore rule that France should: (a) Not oppose continuing imports of New Zealand butter into the United Kingdom in 1987 and 1988 at levels proposed by the Commission of the European Communities in so far as these do not exceed those mentioned in document COM(83)574 of 6 October 1983, that is to say, 77,000 tonnes in 1987 and 75,000 tonnes in 1988; and, (b) Not take measures that might impair the implementation of the agreement between New Zealand and the European Economic. On 12 July 1985 two members of the French team of agents were interviewed by the New Zealand Police and subsequently arrested.

This being the case, the formal and unconditional offer of apologies by France compensates for the moral damage suffered by New Zealand and this damage could not in addition be the object of a pecuniary compensation. Thus the New Zealand Government can deport Major Mafart and Captain Prieur to France, but, conversely, France could not imprison them. These charges were laid by the New Zealand Police on the basis of evidence linking these and other French officers with the sinking in New Zealand of the Rainbow Warrior. affair for a ruling which both sides agreed to abide by.

These checks had no connection with the dispute now submitted to the Secretary-General. incident". In other words, France is ready to assume, as regards New Zealand and the victims of the incident, all responsibilities incumbent upon it, in place of the persons having acted on its behalf, as done, for example, by the British Government in respect of the United States Government when the vessel "Caroline" was destroyed by a British commando unit (cf. [citation needed], France sought to rely on the doctrine of force majeure in that the medical grounds used to repatriate the agents was unforeseen and beyond its control, thus the treaty's obligation for detention would be impossible. Nevertheless, access to the original PDF is reserved to clients of the Jus Mundi - Arbitration Research offer. A copy of the Chief Justice’s statement delivered in the High Court is available if required. was not a New Zealand ship and the dead crewman was a Netherlands citizen.

The French response to that is that there is no basis either in international law or in French law on which the two could serve out any portion of their New Zealand sentence in France, and that they could not be subjected to new criminal proceedings after a transfer into French hands. Deuxièmement : le Gouvernement est favorable à la création d'une commission d'enquête parlementaire. On one matter I find no need to make a ruling. There is an important constitutional principle in New Zealand, (as in most other democratic countries), which restrains the executive branch of government from interfering for political or other purposes in judicial matters. Damage to the vessel and compensation in respect of the death of its crewman. The French memorandum to the secretary general argued that Greenpeace was engaging in "hostile actions" and "illegal penetration" of French territory around the test site and New Zealand acted as a platform for those actions. Then they agreed that "representatives of the two Governments would meet... on this subject".

On the other hand it may be admitted that it has caused it moral damage which, according to international law, may be compensated by the offer of regrets or apologies. 1. Indeed, the New Zealand authorities had on 30 July requested the assistance of the French authorities in the context of the enquiry pursued by the New Zealand Police. mis hors de cause car il serait inacceptable d’exposer des militaires qui n’ont fait qu'obéir aux ordres et qui ont parfois accompli dans le passé pour notre pays de très dangereuses missions. It considers that the persons concerned. J’ai tenu à vous les faire connaître immédiatement. In spite of a certain number of meetings, these discussions were unable to reach a successful conclusion. The two parties committed themselves, under this compromise, to pursue negotiations in good faith aimed at fixing by mutual agreement the amount of the damages which the French State will agree to pay. The bombing of the Rainbow Warrior in 1985 was a retaliation by the French to anti-nuclear protest.

The position of the New Zealand Government was first formally set out in a Diplomatic Note dated 6 September 1985 from the New Zealand Embassy in Paris to the French Ministry of External Relations. A copy is attached as Annex A. was indisputably a serious violation of basic norms of international law. This blast was less powerful than previous tests. These arguments were rejected as not fulfilling any of the criteria of international law pertaining to the use of force. France has admitted responsibility for blowing up the Rainbow Warrior, flagship of the Greenpeace environmental movement, last July 10, but wants New Zealand to free the two agents from their 10-year jail sentences. The Government of New Zealand is equally bound to bring formally to notice that officers of the French Armed Forces are also charged in New Zealand with serious criminal offences involving the use of force on New Zealand territory. not flying the New Zealand flag, was sunk at its moorings in Auckland Harbor, New Zealand, as a result of extensive damage caused by two high explosive devices.

it is not in a position to assert formal standing to claim on behalf of individuals who have suffered harm in the wake of the events of 10 July 1985, has taken a close interest in compensation for them. New Zealand consequently has a right to compensation for the harm which it directly suffered from that attack. Two agents, who were convicted of destroying a ship docked in New Zealand, were removed by France on the premise that they required emergency medical treatment. The New Zealand Government, while recognising that because of the nationality of Mr. Pereira and that of the vessel Rainbow Warrior it is not in a position to assert formal standing to claim on behalf of individuals who have suffered harm in the wake of the events of 10 July 1985, has taken a close interest in compensation for them. France's wins knocked New Zealand out of the 1999 and 2007 tournaments at … by French service agents which took place on 10 July 1985. involved not only a breach of international law, but also the commission of a serious crime in New Zealand for which the two officers received a lengthy sentence from a New Zealand court. The issues that I need to consider are limited in number. I invited the two Governments to submit written statements of their positions to me. "Je vous remercie des informations que vous m'avez communiquées au sujet du Rainbow Warrior.

We continuously identify new themes to add to the existing Wiki Notes as well as Contributors to author new Notes. In June 1986 I was formally approached by the Governments of France and New Zealand, who referred to me all the problems between them arising from the Rainbow Warrior affair for a ruling which both sides agreed to abide by. The French Government has paid to the relatives of Mr. Fernando Pereira indemnities which have been accepted by them. This statement in a mainstream news outlet is evidence that this is a common feeling amongst New Zealanders.

The New Zealand Prime Minister, Mr. Lange, says France has already begun using trade barriers, and has demanded they be lifted.

The Greenpeace movement has nevertheless pursued, for more than 15 years, campaigns of disparagement and indeed hostile action against the French nuclear tests. Since it was not possible to bring the negotiation aiming at fixing this amount to a successful conclusion, each of the parties has designated an arbitrator, namely Professor Terre for France and Judge Woodhouse for Greenpeace.

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