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LITHUANIA

SUBMISSION IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE DEPOSIT OBLIGATIONS PURSUANT TO THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA (UNCLOS)

  M.Z.N. 57. 2006. LOS of 7 April 2006: Deposit of the lists of geographical coordinates of points, specifying the straight baselines as well as the outer limits of the territorial sea, the contiguous zone, the exclusive economic zone and the continental shelf of the Republic of Lithuania, and a chart, as adopted by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania in Resolution No. 1597 of 6 December 2004.

 

Communications received by the Secretary-General in connection with the deposit of charts and/or lists of geographical coordinates of points

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OTHER INFORMATION

Legislation

 Legislation on the territorial sea, 25 June 1992
 Law of the Republic of Lithuania on the State Boundary of the Republic of Lithuania
 Resolution of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Lithuania
 Resolution of  the Government of the Republic of Lithuania No. 1597 of 6 December 2004 (Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 61)

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with Russian Federation

 Treaty between the Republic of Lithuania and the Russian Federation on the Delimitation of the Exclusive Economic Zone and the Continental Shelf in the Baltic Sea, 24 October 1997

with Sweden

 Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Lithuania and the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden on the delimitation of the exclusive economic zones and the continental shelf in the Baltic Sea, 10 April 2014 (entry into force: 23 December 2014; registration #: 53412; registration date: 6 January 2016; link to UNTS)

with Sweden and Russian Federation

 Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden on the common point of boundaries of the exclusive economic zones and continental shelf in the Baltic Sea, 30 November 2005 (entry into force: 17 June 2011; registration #: 53411; registration date: 6 January 2016; link to UNTS)
 

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