In addition, I wish, with due respect, to express my disagreement with the Tribunal's decision on the costs of arbitration (the Award, paras. 76, 77 and 78, c). I believe that the Tribunal should have granted Iran's request for legal fees and other costs, especially given that no reason or justification for apportioning the costs of arbitration can be found in this Case. The Claimant's husband, Hooshang Etezadi, was exclusively an Iranian national during the relevant period, and yet he initiated these proceedings against Iran even though he clearly had no standing to sue. The Claimant herself, in the guise of a dual Iran-United States national, has also persisted in pursuing these claims, which would belong to her husband and not to her even if they had a basis, and thereby caused Iran to sustain considerable costs and expenses, and to devote a part of its experts' limited time and manpower, in responding to these totally baseless claims. The Tribunal should therefore have obligated the Claimant to indemnify Iran for the costs and expenses incurred by it, in view of the special circumstances of this Case, Articles 38-40 of the Tribunal Rules, the settled practice of the Tribunal, and dictates of fairness and justice.