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Agreement between the Government of the Jamaica and the Government of the Republic of Cuba on the delimitation of the maritime boundary between the two States

Document type
Bilateral
Field of application
Regional/restricted
Date
Feb 18, 1994
Source
FAO, FAOLEX;  IUCN (ID: TRE-149169)
Place of adoption
Kingston
Language
English
Subject
Fisheries, Environment gen.
Keyword
Maritime zone Territorial sea Ecosystem preservation International agreement-text Marine pollution
Abstract

The Parties agree that the equidistance method is the equitable solution for the establishment of the delimitation line between their Exclusive Economic Zones and Continental Shelves. The delimitation line thus shall be constituted by geodesic lines determined by the co-ordinates specified in this Agreement. The parties agree to cooperate in the development and the implementation of programmes regarding the sea and navigation including preservation and protection of the marine environment. Both parties agree that neither shall make claims nor exercise any sovereign rights or jurisdiction over the waters, the sea-bed and sub-soil which are found in the exclusive economic zone and continental shelf of the other Party, as have been delimited in this Agreement.

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