Maritime Space: Maritime Zones and Maritime Delimitation

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Major regions, subregions and seas
African States

National legislation and delimitation treaties of States of the African region.

Asian and Pacific States

National legislation and delimitation treaties of States in Asia and South Pacific, including the East Mediterranean Sea, the Red Sea, the Persian Gulf and the South Pacific.

European States and North America

National legislation and delimitation treaties of all European States, United States of America and Canada.

Latin American and Caribbean States

National legislation and delimitation treaties of all Latin American and Caribbean States.

States according to various subregions and seas

National legislation and delimitation treaties according to various subregions and  seas.


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