gənc Avropa State yavaş-yavaş olmuşdur, lakin tədricən müxtəlif beynəlxalq təşkilatların üzvü olmaq etmişdir, and it now it is facing its first investment treaty arbitration claim.
Kosovo BVF-nin üzvü və Avropa Yenidənqurma və İnkişaf Bankı ildən olmuşdur 2009 and became a member of the ICSID by signing the ICSID Convention in July 2009. Əlavə olaraq, Kosovo was recently admitted as the newest Member State of the PCA. This theoretically paves the way for foreign investments but will, as it already has, raise difficult questions of international law such as treaty succession and international recognition.
It was not long after Kosovo signed the ICSID Convention that it faced its first investment claim. German Investor Axos Capital Partners filed a claim against Kosovo seeking €180 million (US$200 million) in damages. The claim was brought under the 1989 Almaniya- Yugoslavia BIT, which the investor argued Kosovo was bound to by the laws of State succession.
The case concerns the privatization of Kosovo’s post and telecommunications company (“PTK”) for which the Claimant won a tender to buy 75 percent of its shares. lakin, the Kosovar government pulled out of the deal and, in mid-2014, PTK entered into a new contract with Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia Siemens Network Services. Əlavə olaraq, PTK’s trade union protested against State companies being sold, stating fears that privatizations would lead to a cut in job places.
The ICSID Tribunal was constituted in December 2015, chaired by Phillipe Pinsolle (Franco-Swiss), Michael Feit (Swiss-Israeli), İddiaçı tərəfindən təyin, and J. Christopher Thomas (Canadian), Cavabdehin tərəfindən təyin.
The case is pending. Claimant only filed its First Memorial in June 2016, thus it remains to be seen how the Tribunal will deal with the difficult jurisdictional questions and complex questions of international law regarding Kosovo.
- Nina Jankovic, Aceris Law SARL
 Kosovo has been officially recognized by 113 UN Member States and by 23 çıxmaq 28 European Union states.
 ACP Axos Capital GmbH v. Republic of Kosovo, İCSİD Case No. ARB/15/22 – See more at: https://www.italaw.com/cases/3907#sthash.RA2Pvide.dpuf