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ALGERIA

Updated 08 June 2010

Legislation

 Decree No. 63-403 of 12 October 1963 establishing the Breadth of the Territorial Waters
 Decree No. 72-194 of 5 October 1972 for the Peacetime Regulation of the Passage of Foreign Warships through the Territorial Waters and of their Calls
 Decree No. 84-181 of 4 August 1984 defining the baselines for measuring the breadth of the maritime zones under national jurisdiction
 Legislative Decree No. 94-13 of 17 Dhu'lhijjah 1414, corresponding to 28 May 1994, establishing the general rules relating to fisheries, 22 June 1994
 Presidential Decree No. 04-344 of 23 Ramadan 1425 (6 November 2004) Establishing a Zone Contiguous to the Territorial Sea (see Bulletin 57, p. 116)

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with Tunisia

 Agreement on Provisional Arrangements for the Delimitation of the Maritime Boundaries between the Republic of Tunisia and the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria (with annex of 7 August 2002), 11 February 2002
 

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