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SOMALIA

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

M.Z.N. 106. 2014. LOS of 3 July 2014: Deposit of a list of geographical coordinates of points, pursuant to article 16, paragraph 2 and article 75, paragraph 2, of the Convention, which, inter alia, define the limits of the Exclusive Economic Zone of the Federal Republic of Somalia

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

 Djibouti: Note Verbale dated 31 January 2017: French | English

 Yemen: Communication dated 25 July 2014

 Yemen: Communication dated 10 December 2014


OTHER INFORMATION

Legislation

 Law No. 37 on the Territorial Sea and Ports, of 10 September 1972 (transmitted by a letter dated 20 December 1973 from the Permanent Representative of Somalia to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General)

 Law No. 5 dated 26 January 1989 approving the Somali Maritime Law of 1988 (not available)

 Law No. 11 dated 9 February 1989 relating to the ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (not available)

 Decree No. 14 dated 9 February 1989 relating to the instrument of ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

 Proclamation by the President of the Federal Republic of Somalia, dated 30 June 2014

 Outer Limit of the Exclusive Economic Zone of the Federal Republic of Somalia, dated 30 June 2014

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with Kenya

Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of the Republic of Kenya and the Transitional Federal Government of the Somali Republic to Grant to Each Other No-Objection in Respect of Submissions on the Outer Limits of the Continental Shelf beyond 200 Nautical Miles to the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf (entry into force: 7 April 2009, registration #: I-46230; registration date: 11 June 2009; link to UNTS) (see also Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 70) *

Additional relevant material

Somalia: Letter dated 17 February 2015 from the Secretary-General addressed to the President of the Security Council S/2015/122

By a note verbale dated 2 March 2010, the Permanent Mission of the Somali Republic to the United Nations informed the Secretariat that the MOU had been rejected by the Parliament of the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia, and "is to be hence treated as non-actionable."

 


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