DISCUSSION AT THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT ABOUT AGGRESSION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
On November 30, 2023, a discussion was held at the Constitutional Court on the "Aggression in international law: from the supremacy of force to the supremacy of law", which was attended by Justices of the Constitutional Court, representatives of the staff, Deputy Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the Republic of Armenia Thymen Kouwenaar, Professor of the University of Leiden Niels Blokker, and students of the Law Department of the Russian-Armenian University.
Welcoming the guests, the President of the Constitutional Court emphasized the relevance of the topic of the meeting and noted that the modern world and especially our region regularly face such challenges that are directly related to the interaction of power and law. Arman Dilanyan emphasized cooperation with international partners, exchange of experience both theoretically and practically, wishing the participants of the meeting a fruitful discussion.
Professor Niels Blokker delivered a lecture on the "Aggression in international law. from the supremacy of force to the supremacy of law," which was followed by a professional discussion.
At the end of the meeting, the guests expressed their gratitude for the warm reception. The organization of the meeting was supported by the non-governmental organization "Europe In Law” Association.
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