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POLAND

Updated 09 September 2010

Legislation

 Act concerning the maritime areas of the Polish Republic and the marine administration, 21 March 1991

Piracy

Penal Code

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with Germany

 Treaty between the Polish People's Republic and the German Democratic Republic concerning the delimitation of the continental shelf in the Baltic Sea, 29 October 1968 (entry into force: 16 April.1969; registration #: 10974; registration date: 2 March 1971; link to UNTS)
 Treaty between the German Democratic Republic and the Polish People's Republic on the Delimitation of the Sea Areas in the Oder Bay,  22 May 1989 (entry into force: 13 June 1989; registration #: 26909; registration date: 13 October 1989; link to UNTS)
 Treaty between the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Poland on the confirmation of the frontier between them, 14 November 1990 (entry into force: 16 January 1992; registration #: 29542; registration date: 28 January 1993; link to UNTS)

with the Russian Federation

 Treaty (with annexed maps) concerning the demarcation of the existing Soviet-Polish State frontier in the sector adjoining the Baltic Sea, 5 March 1957 (entry into force: 4 May 1957; registration #: 3963; registration date: 7 August 1957; link to UNTS)
 Protocol between the Government of the Polish People’s Republic and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics concerning the delimitation of Polish and Soviet territorial waters in the Gulf of Gdansk of the Baltic Sea, 18 March 1958 (entry into force: 29 July 1958; registration #: 4861; registration date: 9 September 1959; link to UNTS)
 Treaty between the Polish People's Republic and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics concerning the boundary of the continental shelf in the Gulf of Gdansk and the south-eastern part of the Baltic Sea, 28 August 1969 (entry into force: 13 May 1970; registration #: 10978; registration date: 2 March 1971; link to UNTS)
 Treaty between the People’s Republic of Poland and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the Delimitation of the Territorial Sea (Territorial Waters), the Economic Zone, the Fishery Zone and the Continental Shelf in the Baltic Sea, 17 July 1985

with the Russian Federation and Sweden

 Agreement between the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden, the Government of the Polish People’s Republic and the Government of the USSR concerning the Common Delimitation Point of their Maritime Boundaries in the Baltic Sea, 30 June 1989 (entry into force: 10 May 1990; registration #: 27841; registration date: 18 January 1991; link to UNTS)

with Sweden

 Agreement concerning the delimitation of the continental shelf and fishing zones between the Kingdom of Sweden and the Polish People’s Republic. (with nautical chart), 10 February 1989 (entry into force: 30 June 1989; registration #: 27846; registration date: 18 January 1991; link to UNTS)
 

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