Territorial Sea Boundary

Some articles on territorial sea, territorial, sea, territorial sea boundary, territorial seas, boundary:

Borders Of Malaysia - Maritime Borders - Peninsula Malaysia
... The coordinates for the continental shelf and territorial sea limits of Peninsula Malaysia are in the chart below ... Territorial waters off the coast of Peninsula Malaysia border Thailand to the north in the Straits of Malacca and South China Sea/Gulf of Thailand Indonesia to the west in the ... Terutau and Langkawi", to point B Border with Thailand according to 1979 territorial sea agreement B 6 28'.5 99 39'.2 C 6 30'.2 99 33'.4 D 6 28'.9 99 30'.7 ...
Indonesia–Singapore Border - The Border - Agreements
... The Agreement Stipulating the Territorial Sea Boundary Lines between Indonesia and the Republic of Singapore in the Strait of Singapore signed by Indonesia and Singapore on 25 May 1973 determines the common ... and the Republic of Singapore Relating to the Delimitation of the Territorial Seas of the Two Countries in the Western Part of the Strait of Singapore 2009 in Jakarta ... the delimitation of their common maritime boundary by a further 12.1 km westwards from Point 1 determined in the 1973 agreement, to Point 1C ...

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