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MADAGASCAR

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

  M.Z.N.147.2019.LOS of 28 August 2019: Deposit of a list of geographical coordinates of points concerning the baselines from which the breadth of the territorial sea is measured.

 

The list of geographical coordinates of points contained in this deposit supersedes the list contained in a previous deposit made by Madagascar (see M.Z.N.43.2002.LOS of 13 December 2002)

 Previous deposits that were superseded

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

 N/A

CONTINENTAL SHELF BEYOND 200 NAUTICAL MILES FROM THE BASELINES FROM WHICH THE BREADTH OF THE TERRITORIAL SEA IS MEASURED

Submission to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf made on 29 April 2011

OTHER INFORMATION

Legislation

 Decree No. 63-131 of 27 February 1963 establishing the limits of the territorial sea of the Malagasy Republic
 Ordinance No. 85-013 determining the limits of the maritime zones (territorial sea, continental shelf and exclusive economic zone) of the Democratic Republic of Madagascar, 16 September 1985 as amended and ratified by Law No. 85-013 of 11 December 1985)
 Decree No. 94-112, establishing the general organization of Maritime Fishing
 Ordinance No. 93-022, Regulating fishing and aquaculture
 Maritime Code, 3 February 2000 (Part I: Branches of Maritime Administration) (see Bulletin 56, p. 60)
 Maritime Code, 3 February 2000 (Parts II (Maritime commerce) and III (Maritime disputes) (see Bulletin 57, p.47)
Extract from Act No. 99-028 amending the Maritime Code, 3 February 2000 (see Bulletin 51, p. 93 and Bulletin 60, p. 134)
Decree No. 2018-1008 establishing the baselines for measuring the breadth of the various maritime zones under the national jurisdiction of the Republic of Madagascar French | English

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with France

Agreement between the Government of France and the Government of the Republic of Madagascar on the Delimitation of Maritime Areas situated between La Réunion and Madagascar, 14 April 2005 (See Law of the Sea Bulletin 71, p. 43) (entry into force 18 June 2007; registration #: 46736; registration date: 26 October 2009; link to UNTS)

 


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