Plaintiff Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Europe ("Saint-Gobain") initially filed this action in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware, seeking to register and enforce an arbitration award made pursuant to the International Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States ("ICSID Convention" or "ICSID"), against Defendant the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela ("the Republic"). The Republic did not appear, and Saint-Gobain moved for a default judgment. The Republic then appeared to challenge Saint-Gobain's service of process, arguing that it had not been properly served under the Hague Service Convention, and that venue was also improper in the District of Delaware. Chief Judge Leonard P. Stark of the District Court in Delaware determined that Saint-Gobain had properly served the Republic under the Hague Service Convention, but agreed with the Republic that venue was improper in the District of Delaware and transferred the action to this Court. Saint-Gobain now brings a motion for summary judgment, asking this Court to enter a judgment registering and enforcing the arbitration award at issue. In response, the Republic has brought a cross-motion for dismissal, claiming the action must be dismissed pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(5) for failure to properly effect service. Because Judge Stark has previously concluded that service of process was properly made in this action, the Republic's motion will be evaluated as a motion for reconsideration. The Court finds that Judge Stark's determination was correct, and does not constitute legal error. Accordingly, Saint- Gobain's motion for summary judgment is granted, while the Republic's cross-motion to dismiss is denied.