Court of Conciliation and Arbitration within the OSCE (OSCE Court)
Cour de conciliation et d'arbitrage au sein de l'OSCE (Cour OSCE)
1995-05 Geneva Switzerland
Established persuant to the signature, 15 Dec 1992, Stockholm (Sweden), of the T-XT9213 - Convention on Conciliation and Arbitration within the CSCE by Ministers of Foreign Affairs of F-XF0947 - Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). The Convention, which is open for accession by all participating states, entered into force on 5 Dec 1994 by the deposition of the twelfth instrument of ratification. As of Jun 2005, 34 participating states had ratified / acceded to the Convention. Sweden is the depositary. Rules of procedure of the Court adopted 1 Feb 1997.
Settle, by means of conciliation and/or arbitration, the disputes involving States Parties to the Convention and/or OSCE participating States on a special agreement. that are submitted to it, including conflicts in respect of territorial integrity, maritime delimitation, environmental and economic issues.
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Court, comprising 34 States Parties, each represented by 2 conciliators, an arbitrator and an alternate; Bureau, consisting of President, Vice-President, 3 additional members and 4 alternate members; Court Registrar.
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