The Hague - The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague is due to rule Wednesday on Georgia's claim against Russia concerning the alleged violation of its territorial integrity in August.
Georgia says Russia violated international law by entering the province of South Ossetia on August 7.
It also claims Russia previously caused unrest in South Ossetia, as well as in the breakaway province of Abkhazia.
Georgia, which filed its case against Russia in the ICJ on August 15, also claims Russia committed genocide and ethnic cleansing in South Ossetia.
Russia has rejected all allegations and says it entered Georgia's South Ossetia region to protect the civilian population from violence committed by the Georgian Army.