Timor-Leste and Australia agree to an integrated package of measures to create the conditions for the achievement of an agreement on permanent maritime boundaries.
The Conciliation Commission unanimously decides that it does have competence to hear the dispute.
Australia challenges the competence of the Conciliation Commission.
Timor-Leste makes its case publicly before the Conciliation Commission in a 90-minute presentation, webcast live from the Permanent Court of Arbitration’s website.
Timor-Leste launches landmark Policy Paper on Maritime Boundaries in Dili, Timor-Leste and simultaneously in the Peace Palace, The Hague.
First Compulsory Conciliation procedural meeting is held at The Hague, the Netherlands.
The four party-appointed conciliators jointly appoint a fifth member of the Conciliation Commission, who is also Chair of the Commission.
Timor-Leste and Australia appoint two conciliators each, to form the Conciliation Commission for the Compulsory Conciliation proceedings.
H.E. Minister Kay Rala Xanana Gusmão, Chief Negotiator meets United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in New York following the initiation of compulsory conciliation under UNCLOS.
Timor-Leste initiates Compulsory Conciliation with Australia under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
Timor-Leste commences maritime boundary talks with Indonesia. Formal negotiations on a permanent maritime boundary between the States are due to commence in 2016.
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