Following Washington's withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan Of Action (JCPOA), or Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers, and the renewal of US sanctions, many Western airlines have lined up to leave Iran and suspend their flights to the country.
Global companies including French oil firm Total and Germany's Siemens have suspended operations in Iran since Trump announced the U.S. withdrawal in May.
Mr. Trump says the sanctions are needed to ensure Iran never builds a nuclear bomb.
In the Netherlands on Monday, Mohsen Mohebi, the lawyer representing Iran, condemned the USA for "naked economic aggression" in the first session of the case.
Iranian lawyer Mohsen Mohebi said the usa aimed to damage Iran's economy "as severely as possible" and had violated a little-known 1955 friendship treaty.
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Iranian officials have also vocalized the resistance to the USA naval presence within the gulf.
In November, a second batch of potentially more damaging sanctions will be reimposed on Iran's oil and shipping sectors as well as its central bank.
Iran is claiming that President Donald Trump's decision to reimpose sanctions that had been lifted under the 2015 nuclear was a breach of a 1955 treaty with the US. However, it remains to be seen if the US would abide by a court order to suspend sanctions on Iran.
The United States has called the lawsuit "baseless" and accuses Iran of violating the 2015 agreement to scale back its nuclear program.
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The oral hearings, essentially a request by Iran for a provisional ruling, will last for four days, with a decision to follow within a month. A final decision in the case may take years.
Under the deal, Iran reined in its nuclear programme under United Nations monitoring and won the removal of devastating worldwide sanctions in return. The freefall of rial's value against foreign currencies has not affected most of these Iranians, who are payed in dollars, euros, or pounds.
Mr Trump said the sanctions would turn up the financial pressure on Tehran to come to a "comprehensive and lasting solution" regarding its activities such as its "ballistic missile programme and its support for terrorism".
The world court's wood-paneled Great Hall of Justice in The Hague is the latest backdrop for Washington and Tehran's high-stakes dispute about Iran's nuclear ambitions.
The US and Iran have clashed at the court in the past since they became enemies after Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Despite the treaty, the two countries have not had diplomatic ties since 1980.
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Iran last month lodged a complaint with the Hague-based tribunal, arguing that the sanctions violate the terms of a 1955 friendship treaty between the two countries.