Maritime Space: Maritime Zones and Maritime Delimitation

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AUSTRALIA
BAHRAIN
BANGLADESH
BRUNEI DAR.
CAMBODIA
CHINA
COOK ISL.
CYPRUS
DPR OF KOREA
FIJI
INDIA
INDONESIA
IRAN
IRAQ
ISRAEL
JAPAN
JORDAN
KIRIBATI
KUWAIT
LEBANON
MALAYSIA
MALDIVES
MARSHALL ISL.
MICRONESIA
MYANMAR
NAURU
NEW ZEALAND
NIUE
OMAN
PAKISTAN
PALAU
PAPUA N.GUINEA
PHILIPPINES
QATAR
REP. OF KOREA
SAMOA
SAUDI ARABIA
SINGAPORE
SOLOMON ISL.
SRI LANKA
SYRIA
THAILAND
TIMOR-LESTE
TONGA
TURKEY
TUVALU
U. ARAB EMIR.
VANUATU
VIETNAM
YEMEN

Asian and South Pacific States

Updated 19 April 2010

Maritime claims: (See table of claims)

Status of the Convention and its implementing Agreements

Overview of developments since 1992 are contained in the reports of the Secretary-General on Oceans and the Law of the Sea, section Maritime Space.

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