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ESTONIA

Updated 16 January 2009

Legislation

 Law on the boundaries of the maritime tract, 10 March 1993
 Decision of the Government of the Estonian Republic on Navigation of Ships through the Territorial Sea and the Internal Waters of the Estonian Republic

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with Finland

 Exchange of notes constituting an agreement on the procedure to be followed in the modification of the limits of the territorial waters in the Gulf of Finland, 6 April and 4 May 1994 (entry into force: 30 July 1995; registration #:  32125; registration date: 11 September 1995; link to UNTS)
 Agreement between the Republic of Finland and the Republic of Estonia on the Boundary of the Maritime Zones in the Gulf of Finland and on the Northern Baltic Sea, 18 October 1996 (entry into force: 7 January 1997; registration #: 33549; registration date: 20 February 1997; link to UNTS)

with Finland and Sweden

 Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Finland, the Government of the Republic of Estonia and the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden on the common maritime boundary point in the Baltic Sea, 16 January 2001

with Latvia

 Agreement between the Republic of Estonia and the Republic of Latvia on the Maritime Delimitation in the Gulf of Riga, the Strait of Irbe and the Baltic Sea, 12 July 1996 (entry into force: 10 October 1996; registration #: 33489; registration date: 6 January 1997; link to UNTS)
 Protocol to the Agreement between the Republic of Estonia and the Republic of Latvia on the Maritime Delimitation in the Gulf of Riga, the Strait of Irbe and the Baltic Sea, 12 July 1996, between the Prime Minister of the Republic of Estonia and the Minister President of the Republic of Latvia, 12 July 1996 (entry into force: 10 October 1996; registration #: 33489; registration date: 6 January 1997; link to UNTS)

with Latvia and Sweden

 Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Estonia, the Government of the Republic of Latvia and the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden on the Common Maritime Boundary Point in the Baltic Sea, 30 April 1997

with Sweden

 Agreement Between the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden and the Government of the Republic of Estonia on the Delimitation of the Maritime Zones in the Baltic Sea, 2 November 1998
 

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