I have reported some years back on Nuhanovic v Netherlands and the applicable law issues in same. The Court at Den Haag yesterday, upon appeal, has not done much to clarify the uncertainty I flagged then: whether Dutch conflict principles mean that Bosian law applies to the facts at issue. In current case the court applies Dutch, not Bosnian law  however does that because the parties are in agreement on that and have not appealed the lower court’s assessment on the issue. That court  ff had concluded that under Dutch law, actions subject to immunity (acta iure imperii) are subject to that State’s law, here Dutch law. However the court also noted [4.172] with reference to Nuhanovic that the only relevant difference would be one of assessment of immaterial damage.
A pity really that the issue is not more extensively argued.