international waters

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Synonyms for international waters

the open seas of the world outside the territorial waters of any nation

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In relevant remarks in September, Rear Admiral Sayyari stressed that the Iranian Navy would continue its powerful and continued presence in the international waters, specially the Gulf of Aden, where the country's trade vessels are threatened by pirates.
We are seriously concerned about the seizure of British nationals in international waters and this aspect of the Israeli operation must form a key part of the investigation into these events," he said.
First they will stop in international waters about 30 nautical miles [from Gaza], and [today] they will reach the shore.
International water security; domestic threats and opportunities.
Fourth Biennial GEF International Waters Conference
It is understood the plan by Advanced Cell Therapeutics (ACT) to use the sanctity of international waters to administer the injections, has now been abandoned.
The statute broadly defines space or ocean activity to include any activity conducted in space and any activity conducted on or under international waters (as recognized by the United States) or in Antarctica.
The GEF is intended to benefit four areas of global environmental concern: biological diversity, climate change, international waters, and ozone layer depletion.
Since Turkey is contiguous to Syria and Lebanon, two of the Jordan River Basin riparians and shares with them other international waters (the Orontes and TigrIs Rivers) they might well be able to play an important role in helping to alleviate the severe water shortages faced by the nations in their immediate area.
It will be of keen interest to anyone interested in the management of international waters.
4, Iran's interest in the trade became clear to destroyer crews when the USS Nicholson cut off and boarded a diesel smuggler in international waters, and an Iranian patrol boat sped to the scene.
provides so-called "cruises to nowhere" off Florida's coast for the purpose of casino gambling, which is legal in international waters.
Based in Cape Canaveral, Florida, The upscale Buoy Club makes evening cruises, taking guests three miles offshore, into international waters.
He told me they were definitely in international waters," Mirta Iglesias said.
The mighty presence and the role played by Army's Navy in the international waters and far seas demonstrate the Islamic Republic's strategic capacities for playing a trans-regional role," Jazzayeri said addressing a ceremony on the occasion of the National Day of Navy on Wednesday.
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