Executive Decree No. 450 of 2 August 2010 approving and
ordering publication of Ministerial Agreement 0081 of 12 July 2010 and
Nautical Chart IOA42, annexed thereto, which plots the maritime boundary
between Ecuador and Peru and the outer maritime boundary - southern segment
- of the Republic of Ecuador (Spanish
| English translation
Agreement between the Government of Costa Rica and the Government of Ecuador Relating to the Delimitation of the Maritime Areas between Costa Rica and Ecuador, 12 March 1985
Agreement on Maritime Delimitation between the Republic of Ecuador and the Republic of Costa Rica of 21 April 2014 (entry into force: 9 September 2016; registration number I-54729; registration date: 25 October 2017 link to UNTS)
Agreement by exchange of notes of identical content between the Republic of Peru and the Republic of Ecuador
of 2 May 2011 (entry into force: 20 May 2011; registration number I-48631; registration date: 27 June 2011
link to UNTS)
Joint Declaration on the International Recognition of the Gulf of Guayaquil as a Historic Bay, made by Ecuador and
Peru on 23 November 2012: Spanish | English
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