Whether a dispute related to the interpretation and application of the Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Rights (‘Treaty of Amity).
Whether a court had jurisdiction ratione materiae under the compromissory clause of the Treaty of Amity, in light of the contention by a state that the acts complained of did not fall within the scope of the Treaty of Amity.
Whether claims brought before a court were inadmissible on grounds of abuse of process and ‘judicial propriety’.
Whether certain objections formulated by a state could be presented as preliminary according to Article 79 of the International Court of Justice Rules of Court.
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