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SUBMISSION IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE DEPOSIT OBLIGATIONS PURSUANT TO THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA (UNCLOS)

M.Z.N. 55. 2005. LOS of 8 September 2005: Deposit of the list of geographical coordinates of points defining the outer limit of the Ecological and Fisheries Protection Zone of the Republic of Croatia

 

Originals of deposited geographical coordinates of points

Relevant article of UNCLOS: 75(2)

LOSIC No. 22

Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 59

Communications received by the Secretary-General in connection with the deposit of charts and/or lists of geographical coordinates of points

Slovenia: Communication from the Government of Slovenia dated 3 October 2005, containing Statement of the position of the Slovenian Government with respect to a Note by the Government of Croatia dated 2 September 2005 concerning the establishment a Croatian exclusive economic or ecological and fisheries protection zone (M.Z.N. 55. 2005. LOS  of  8 September 2005) (LOSIC No. 23; and Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 59, p. 33)

Italy: Communication from the Government of Italy dated 15 March 2006 with respect to a Note by the Government of Croatia dated 2 September 2005 concerning the establishment a Croatian exclusive economic or ecological and fisheries protection zone (M.Z.N. 55. 2005. LOS  of  8 September 2005) (see Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 60, p. 127)


OTHER INFORMATION

Legislation

On 25 June 1991, the Republic of Croatia adopted  the Constitutional Decision on Sovereignty and Independence of the Republic of Croatia and the Decision of the Croatian Parliament in respect of the territory of the Republic of Croatia.
The Maritime Code, 1994
Decision on the Extension of the Jurisdiction of the Republic of Croatia in the Adriatic Sea, 3 October 2003
Decision on Amending the Decision on the Extension of the Jurisdiction of the Republic of Croatia in the Adriatic Sea of 3 October 2003, 3 June 2004 (see Bulletin 55, p. 31)
List of geographical coordinates defining the outer limit of the Ecological and Fisheries Protection Zone, 2005 (see Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 59, p. 28)

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with Italy

Maritime boundary - delimitation of the continental shelf between Italy and former Yugoslavia was established in 1968 by the Agreement between Italy and Yugoslavia concerning the delimitation of the continental shelf between the two countries in the Adriatic Sea, 8 January 1968.

with Bosnia and Herzegovina

Treaty on the State Border between the Republic of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, 30 July 1999

Additional relevant material

Slovenia: Communication from the Government of Slovenia dated 30 August 2004, containing Statement of the position of the Slovenian Government with respect to the declaration by the Government of Croatia  concerning the establishment of its own exclusive economic or ecological and fisheries protection zone (see Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 56, p. 139)
Croatia: Communication from the Government of Croatia dated 11 January 2005 containing the Statement of the position of the Government of Croatia with respect to a note from the Republic of Slovenia dated 30 August 2004 concerning the establishment of Croatian exclusive economic or ecological and fisheries protection zone  (see Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 57, p. 125)
Slovenia: Communication from the Government of Slovenia dated 15 April 2005, containing Statement of the position of the Slovenian Government with respect to a Note by the Government of Croatia dated 11 January 2005 concerning the establishment a Croatian exclusive economic or ecological and fisheries protection zone (see Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 58, p. 20)
Montenegro: Communication from the Government of Montenegro, dated 2 July 2014, concerning exploration and exploitation of resources in the Adriatic Sea by the Republic of Croatia. English   French
 

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