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EEZ-Exclusive Economic Zone 🔎 × EEZ-Exclusive Economic Zone العربية المنطقة الاقتصادية الخالصة 中文 专属经济区 Français          ZEE-Zone Economique Exclusive Русский ИЭЗ-исключительная экономическая зона Español ZEE-Zona Económica Exclusiva   AGROVOC exclusive economic zones Definition The Law of the Sea Convention establishes a special legal regime of the Exclusive Economic Zone, which is an area beyond and adjacent to the territorial sea and which shall not extend beyond 200 nautical miles from the baselines from which the breadth of the territorial sea is measured.
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The choice of appropriate trade regime was a source of much tension in the PER. While Palestinian negotiators argued for a free trade agreement (FTA), which would require drawing customs borders between the territory and Israel, Israel called for a formalization of the customs union which had existed de facto since 1967 and for referral of all matters linked to borders to the permanent status negotiations. (...) However the manner in which Israel has since freed itself of any reliance on Palestinian labour has rendered somewhat moot the debate about the comparative economic benefits of this or that trade regime as far as labour is concerned.   This final outcome, a quasi customs union, as it contains elements of an FTA and a customs union, 23  explicitly allowed Israel to “from time to time introduce changes in trade policy while notifying the Palestinian Authority”, hence institutionalizing the unequal trading relations between the parties. 24  In addition, as stated by one European Commission official:   The Protocol … created a joint customs union. (...) Although both sides were to maintain normal labour movement with each other, the PER failed to guarantee unlimited Palestinian access to the Israeli labour market since it granted Israel the right to determine the extent and conditions of this labour movement; in fact, if anything, the Protocol explicitly gave the employing side (Israel) the “right to determine from time to time the extent and conditions of the labour movement into its area”. 28 Therefore, as is already evident, the PER inherently linked the Palestinian economy to the foreign trade regime of Israel and the latter’s rights and obligations under WTO and TRIPS, binding Palestinian trade with third parties to these rules, without enjoying any of the benefits of these agreements.
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Score: 323573.49 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-193103/
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Third-Party Administrators (TPAs) The HLIS website provides information on the organizations that provide administrative services to the UN as "Third Party Administrators" (TPAs) for US-based and Non-US based plans, currently Aetna, Empire Blue Cross, Cigna Dental and Cigna International.   Forms    FORMS On their website, the UN Health & Life Insurance Section indicates that  for most benefits activities a form must be completed , and provide links to the forms required for most Health and Life Insurance actions.    (...) The US-based plans that do provide adequate coverage for any UN staff located in the US, and retirees residing in the US, and are currently open for enrollment are: Aetna PPO Empire Blue Cross PPO Cigna Dental   What are NON-US BASED PLANS ? The  definition of non-US based plans  refers to these plans  not providing adequate coverage across the US  and differs from the definition of UNHQ-administered plans as for example the UN WWP is indeed administered by the UNHQ but designed to only provide adequate coverage outside the US.
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Score: 705092.43 - https://www.un.org/other/afics/content/health-insurance-0
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SHAWESH, now speaking on behalf of the “Group of 77” developing countries and China, noted the ESCWA report stresses that the illegal Israeli settlement expansion, involving expropriation, evictions and demolitions, together with a planning and zoning regime, impedes the development, employment and livelihoods of the Palestinians.  (...) Spotlighting illegal settlement activities as a foremost concern, he said they prove Israel is more interested in entrenching its colonial regime over Palestinian land than achieving just and peaceful security.  (...) Noting that Palestinians suffer from lack of access and poor water quality as well as inadequate sanitation due to “the Israeli regime’s” depletion of their natural resources, she said such discriminatory policies curtail the Palestinians’ capacity to farm and cultivate lands. 
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Food and medicine was available in western Aleppo, but the Assad regime would not give permission to deliver.  For political talks to work, the Russian Federation and the Assad regime needs to stop bombarding East Aleppo. (...) Those children held no responsibility for the events that had led to the crisis but the Syrian regime and the Russian Federation were choosing to put their lives in danger.  The Russian Federation had chosen to back a regime that employed the medieval tactics of siege and starvation and their excuse was that terrorists must be defeated.  
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Score: 588259.38 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-209919/
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Declaration Act on the State border of the Russian Federation , 1 April 1993 ( Note : This text contains amendments up to 1999, it does not include  amendments adopted in 2000, 2002 and 2003) Federal Law on the Continental Shelf of the Russian Federation, 25 October 1995 Federal Act on the internal maritime waters, territorial sea and contiguous zone of the Russian Federation, 17 July 1998 Federal Act on the exclusive economic zone of the Russian Federation, 2 December 1998 Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 1102 of October 2, 1999 on the Rules for navigation and visits of foreign warships and other state vessels used for non-commercial Purposes in the territorial sea, in the internal waters, at naval fleet bases, naval stations and sea ports of the Russian Federation Maritime boundary delimitation agreements  and other material with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Agreement between the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics and  on the Delimitation of the Soviet-Korean National Border, 17 April 1985 Agreement between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea on the Delimitation of the Economic Zone and the Continental Shelf, 22 January 1986 Agreement between the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Government of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea concerning the Regime of the Soviet-Korean State Frontier , 3 September 1990 with Finland Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Finland and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics concerning the boundaries of sea areas and of the continental shelf in the Gulf of Finland , 20 May 1965 (entry into force: 25 May 1966; registration #: 8238; registration date: 6 July 1966; link to UNTS ) Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Finland and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics concerning the boundary of the continental shelf between Finland and the Soviet Union in the north-eastern part of the Baltic Sea , 5 May 1967 (entry into force: 15 March 1968; registration #: 9157; registration date: 18 July 1968; link to UNTS ) Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Finland and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics regarding the delimitation of the areas of Finnish and Soviet jurisdiction in the field of fishing in the Gulf of Finland and the North-eastern Part of the Baltic Sea , 25 February 1980 (entry into force: 9 July 1980; registration #: 19806; registration date: 2 June 1981; link to UNTS ) Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Finland and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics regarding the delimitation of the economic zone, the fishing zone and the continental shelf in the gulf of Finland and in the North-Eastern part of the Baltic Sea , 5 February 1985 (entry into force: 24 November 1986; registration #: 24645; registration date: 13 March 1987; link to UNTS ) with Lithuania Treaty between the Republic of Lithuania and the Russian Federation on the Delimitation of the Exclusive Economic Zone and the Continental Shelf in the Baltic Sea , 24 October 1997 with Lithuania and Sweden Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden on the common point of boundaries of the exclusive economic zones and continental shelf in the Baltic Sea , 30 November 2005, (entry into force: 17 June 2011; registration #: 53411; registration date: 6 January 2016; link to UNTS ) with Norway Agreement between the Royal Norwegian Government and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics concerning the sea frontier between Norway and the USSR in the Varangerfjord , 15 February 1957 (entry into force: 24 April 1957; registration #: 4523; registration date: 26 October 1958; link to UNTS ) Descriptive Protocol relating to the sea frontier between Norway and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in the Varangerfjord, demarcated in 1957 , 29 November 1957 (entry into force: 17 March 1958; registration #: 4523; registration date: 26 September 1958; link to UNTS ) Joint Protocol on Working Program for the development of contacts and cooperation between the Russian Federation and Norway, 8 March 1992 Agreement between the Russian Federation and the Kingdom of Norway on the Maritime Delimitation in the Varangerfjord area, 11 July 2007 (see Law of the Sea Bulletin No. 67) Treaty between the Russian Federation and the Kingdom of Norway concerning maritime delimitation and cooperation in the Barents Sea and the Arctic Ocean , 15 September 2010 (entry into force: 7 July 2011; registration #: 49095; registration date: 1 November 2011; link to UNTS ) with Poland Treaty (with annexed maps) concerning the demarcation of the existing Soviet-Polish State frontier in the sector adjoining the Baltic Sea , 5 March 1957 (entry into force: 4 May 1957; registration #: 3963; registration date: 7 August 1957; link to UNTS ) Protocol between the Government of the Polish People’s Republic and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics concerning the delimitation of Polish and Soviet territorial waters in the Gulf of Gdansk of the Baltic Sea , 18 March 1958 (entry into force: 29 July 1958; registration #: 4861; registration date: 9 September 1959; link to UNTS ) Treaty between the Polish People's Republic and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics concerning the boundary of the continental shelf in the Gulf of Gdansk and the south-eastern part of the Baltic Sea (with map) , 28 August 1969 (entry into force: 13 May 1970; registration #: 10978; registration date: 2 March 1971; link to UNTS ) Treaty between the People’s Republic of Poland and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the Delimitation of the Territorial Sea (Territorial Waters), the Economic Zone, the Fishery Zone and the Continental Shelf in the Baltic Sea, 17 July 1985 with Sweden Agreement on principles for the delimitation of the sea areas in the Baltic Sea between the Kingdom of Sweden and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics , 13 January 1988 (entry into force: 13 January 1988; registration #: 27071; registration date: 29 January 1990; link to UNTS ) Agreement between the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics concerning the delimitation of the continental shelf and of the Swedish fishing zone and the Soviet economic zone in the Baltic Sea (with nautical charts and Protocol), 18 April 1988 (entry into force: provisionally on 16 May 1988 and definitively on 22 June 1988; registration #: 27075; registration date: 29 January 1990; link to UNTS ) with Poland and Sweden Agreement between the Government of the Kingdom of Sweden, the Government of the Polish People’s Republic and the Government of the USSR concerning the Common Delimitation Point of their Maritime Boundaries in the Baltic Sea , 30 June 1989 (entry into force: 10 May 1990; registration #: 27841; registration date: 18 January 1991; link to UNTS ) with Türkiye Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Turkey and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics concerning the delimitation of the continental shelf between the Republic of Turkey and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in the Black Sea (with maps) , 23 June 1978 (entry into force: 15 May 1981; registration #: 20344; registration date: 11 August 1981; link to UNTS ) Exchange of notes constituting an agreement on the delimitation of the USSR and Turkey economic zone in the Black Sea , 23 December 1986 - 6 February 1987 (entry into force: 6 February 1987; registration #: 24690; registration date: 23 April 1987; link to UNTS ) with the United States of America Agreement between the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the maritime boundary , 1 June 1990 Additional Relevant Material   A/73/601–S/2018/1052  Letter dated 25 November 2018 from the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General   A/73/605–S/2018/1053  Letter dated 27 November 2018 from the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General   A/73/619–S/2018/1079  Letter dated 29 November 2018 from the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General   A/73/659–S/2018/1112  Letter dated 10 December 2018 from the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General   A/73/802  Letter dated 7 March 2019 from the Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General   A/73/842-S/2019/332  Letter dated 16 April 2019 from the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General   A/73/844-S/2019/334  Letter dated 18 April 2019 from the Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General   Additional information: The repertory of the Law of the Sea Bulletins | Declarations and statements | FAO Fishlex | ITLOS | ICJ | PCA - Cases | >>>Comments and suggestions?
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