PCA Constitutes Tribunal In Maritime Dispute Between Italy And India

(November 10, 2015, 11:31 AM EST) -- THE HAGUE, Netherlands — The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) on Nov. 6 said a tribunal has been constituted in an arbitration commenced by Italy against India under the United Nations Convention on the law of the Sea (UNCLOS) in relation to the death of two Indian fisherman (The Enrica Lexie Incident [Italy v. India], No. 2015-28, PCA).

The PCA said a tribunal has been constituted in arbitration between the Italian Republic and the Republic of India pursuant to Annex VII to the UNCLOS.

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