Kardak

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Imia/Kardak
... Imia (Greek Ίμια, Turkish Kardak) is a pair of two small uninhabited islets in the Aegean Sea, situated between the Greek island chain of the Dodecanese and the southwestern mainland ... Imia/Kardak was the object of a military crisis and subsequent dispute over sovereignty between Greece and Turkey in 1996 ... The Imia-Kardak dispute is part of the larger Aegean dispute, which also comprises disputes over the continental shelf, the territorial waters, the air space, the Flight ...
List Of Aegean Islands - The Dodecanese Islands
... Yahye Halki Χάλκι Hálki Herke, Harki, Hereke, Herkit Khalkeia Chalceia Imia/Kardak Ίμια (Λίμνια) Imia (Limnia ...
Imia/Kardak - Legal Status of The Islets - Cartographic Evidence
... Turkish maps of before 1996 that show Imia/Kardak as Greek ... of a neighbouring islet, only a few miles from Imia/Kardak, called Zouka, Dzouka or Topan Adası, which was consistently shown as Turkish in Greek naval maps, but as Greek in Greek topographic maps ... probably charted the Turkish name of these islets, Kardak, and attributed them to Turkey ...
Imia/Kardak - Legal Status of The Islets - The Treaty of Lausanne
... The provisions in the Treaty of Lausanne that are relevant to the Imia/Kardak and the related "grey-zones" issue, are the following Article 12 " Except where a provision to ... The problem is because Imia/Kardak is situated just outside the three-mile boundary of Article 12, but is also not in an obvious, strict sense geographically "dependent" (Article 15) on the ... a narrow sense, and that formations such as Imia/Kardak may therefore constitute "grey zones" that the treaty has left undecided or indeed that Turkish sovereignty over them still holds ...