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COLOMBIA

Updated 02 July 2013

Legislation

 Act No. 10 of 4 August 1978 establishing rules concerning the Territorial Sea, the Exclusive Economic Zone and the Continental Shelf and regulating other matters
 Decree No. 1436 of 13 June 1984 partially regulating article 9 of Act No. 10 of 1978

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with Costa Rica

 Treaty on delimitation of marine and submarine areas and maritime co-operation between the Republic of Colombia and the Republic of Costa Rica, 17 March 1977
 Treaty on the Delimitation of Marine and Submarine Areas and Maritime Cooperation between the Republic of Colombia and the Republic of Costa Rica, additional to the Treaty signed at San José on 17 March 1977, 6 April 1984  (entry into force: 20 February 2001; registration #: 37322; registration date: 16 March 2001; link to UNTS)

with Dominican Republic

 Agreement on delimitation of marine and submarine areas and maritime co-operation between the Republic of Colombia and the Dominican Republic (with map), 13 January 1978 (entry into force: 15 February 1979; registration #: 21042; registration date: 23 April 1982; link to UNTS)

with Ecuador

 Agreement concerning delimitation of marine and submarine areas and maritime co-operation between the Republics of Colombia and Ecuador, 23 August 1975 (entry into force: 22 December 1975; registration # 14582; registration date: 13 February 1976; link to UNTS)

with Haiti

 Agreement on delimitation of the maritime boundaries between the Republic of Colombia and the Republic of Haiti, 17 February 1978 (entry into force: 16 February 1979; registration #: 18229; registration date: 18 January 1980; link to UNTS)

with Honduras

 Maritime Delimitation Treaty between Colombia and Honduras, 2 August 1986 (entry into force: 20 December 1999; registration #: 36360; registration date: 21 December 1999; link to UNTS)

with Jamaica

 Maritime delimitation treaty between Jamaica and the Republic of Colombia (with chart). Kingston, 12 November 1993 (entry into force: 14 March 1994; registration #: 30943; registration date: 11 May 1994; link to UNTS)

with Panama

 Treaty on the delimitation of marine and submarine areas and related matters between the Republic of Panama and the Republic of Colombia (with maps), 20 November 1976 (entry into force: 30 November 1977; registration #:  16398; registration date: 3 February 1978; link to UNTS)

Other relevant material (see also ICJ web site)

 Colombia - Nicaragua

 Territorial and Maritime Dispute (Nicaragua v. Colombia)

Other material

 A/67/852 - Note verbale dated 29 April 2013 from the Permanent Mission of Colombia to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General
 

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