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Crina Baltag

Article 27 of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) provides for the adequate mechanism for the resolution of disputes between the Contracting Parties concerning the application and the interpretation of the ECT. Such disputes shall be submitted first to amicable resolution, through diplomatic channels, and if this proves unsuccessful, to ad hoc arbitration, as described by Article 27.

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Article 27 of the Energy Charter Treaty can be employed in relation to disputes concerning the interpretation and application of any of the provisions of the ECT, except for the ones excluded by Article 28 of the ECT: Article 5 on trade-related investment measures and Article 29 referring to interim provisions on trade-related matters, unless otherwise agreed by the Contracting Parties.