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Maritime Delimitation Treaty between Jamaica and the Republic of Colombia

Document type
Bilateral
Field of application
Regional/restricted
Date
Nov 12, 1993
Source
FAO, FAOLEX;  IUCN (ID: TRE-152748)
Place of adoption
Kingston
Language
English
Subject
Fisheries, Sea
Keyword
Marine fisheries Fishery management and conservation Territorial sea International agreement-text Enforcement/compliance Maritime zone
Geographical area
South America, North-East Pacific, Amazonia, Latin America and the Caribbean, Caribbean, East Pacific, South-Eastern Pacific
Abstract

The Parties hereby agree on a maritime boundary between the two countries constituted by geodesic lines drawn between points specified in article 1. Pending determination of jurisdictional limits of each Party in the area designated in article 3, the Parties agree to establish therein a zone ("The Joint Regime Area") of joint management, control, exploration and exploitation of the living and non-living resources. Activities that are allowed to be carried out in that area are specified in the same article. The Parties shall not authorize third States or international organizations to carry out any of those activities, except under lease, joint venture, licence, or technical assistance agreements. In the area, each party shall have jurisdiction over its nationals and vessels flying its flag. The Parties establish a joint commission, which shall elaborate the modalities of implementation and the carrying out of activities set out in, article 3 (art. 4). (10 articles)

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Colombia -
Jamaica -