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Updated 09 September 2010

SUBMISSION IN REFERENCE TO DUE PUBLICITY OBLIGATIONS PURSUANT TO THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA (UNCLOS)

[M.Z.N. 2. 1996. LOS of 20 February 1996]*: Charts (sea lanes and traffic separation schemes in the Strait of Hormuz, from Masirah to the Strait of Hormuz and in the Sultanate of Oman)

Relevant article of UNCLOS: 22(4); 41(6)

LOSIC No. 2

Charts at DOALOS/OLA

 

* The issuance of maritime zones notifications in relation to due publicity obligations was discontinued in 1996. States discharge their obligations of due publicity regarding sea lanes and traffic separation schemes under articles 22, 41 and 53 of the Convention, inter alia, through IMO.

Communications received by the Secretary-General in connection with the submission in reference to due publicity obligations

N/A

CONTINENTAL SHELF BEYOND 200 NAUTICAL MILES FROM THE BASELINES FROM WHICH THE BREADTH OF THE TERRITORIAL SEA IS MEASURED

Preliminary information indicative of the outer limits of the continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles in accordance with SPLOS/183

OTHER INFORMATION

Legislation

 Royal Decree concerning the territorial sea, continental shelf and exclusive economic zone, 10 February 1981
 Notice of 1 June 1982

Piracy

Penal Code 1974
Note verbale

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with Iran (Islamic Republic of)

 Agreement concerning delimitation of the continental shelf between Iran and Oman (with map), 25 July 1974 (entry into force: 28 May 1975; registration #: 14085; registration date: 24 June 1975; link to UNTS)

with Yemen

 International boundary agreement between the Sultanate of Oman and the Republic of Yemen, 1 October 1992 (entry into force: 27 December 1992; registration #: 29574; registration date: 4 February 1993; link to UNTS)
 Agreement on the delimitation of the maritime boundary between the Sultanate of Oman and the Republic of Yemen (with map), Muscat, 14 December 2003 (entry into force: 3 July 2004; registration #: 41170; registration date: 14 April 2005; link to UNTS)

with Pakistan

 Muscat Agreement on the Delimitation of the Maritime Boundary between the Sultanate of Oman and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 12 June 2000 (entry into force: 21 November 2000; registration #: 38455; registration date: 6 June 2002; link to UNTS)

with United Arab Emirates

 Not available.
 

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