|LC Classifications||JX4449.A25 T3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 140 p.|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||72187642|
Rubin, Land-locked Countries and Rights of Access to the Sea, in Cervenka, supra note 2, at " See generally, Draft Convention on the Law of the Sea, U.N. Doc. A/Conf/L ()." Referring to the history of transit rights for land-locked countries, Pakistan's represen-[Vol. ?article=&context=gjicl. Appendix Two: United Nations Conference on Transit Trade of Land-Locked Countries Appendix Three: United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS III): Part X—Right of Access of Land-Locked States to and from the Sea and Freedom of Transit Index Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pradhan, Gajendra Mani, Transit of land-locked countries and Nepal. Jaipur: Nirala Publications, Land-Locked States, Transit States, Coastal States, Convention, Agreement, Seas There are 37 land-locked countries in the "Right of access of land-locked state to the sea bythe example of
a. The term "land-locked State" means any Contracting State which has no sea-coast; b. the term "traffic in transit" means the passage of goods including unaccompanied baggage across the territory of a Contracting State between a land-locked State and the sea when the passage is a portion of a complete journey which begins or terminates within the territory of that land-locked State and which The land-locked countries wish to have their interest Therefore, all arguments pertaining to free access to the sea may be expressed either as a notion of a right or a conception of a principle. through the territorial sea and agreed transit through a foreign land terri-tory. Unlike transit through foreign territory, innocent passage ?article=&context=jil. Right of access to and from the sea and freedom of transit. 1. Land-locked States shall have the right of access to and from the sea for the purpose of exercising the rights provided for in this to as landlocked developing countries, LLDCs) with a population of nearly million.1 Due to the lack of direct access to the sea Land-locked Developing Countries (LLDCs) are marginalized from major transportation and services (logistics, infor-mation technology) networks. Their international trade depends on transit through other ://
CONVENTION ON TRANSIT TRADE OF LAND-LOCKED STATES PRINCIPLE IIIn territorial and on internal waters, vessels flying the flag of land-locked countries shouldhave identical rights and enjoy treatment identical to that enjoyed by vessels flying the flag ofcoastal States other than the The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea provided rights for land-locked states on the sea. More importantly, the convention provided them with the right of access to and from the seas and freedom of transit. However, the law makes The Convention on Transit Trade of Land-locked States is a multilateral treaty that addresses international rules allowing for land-locked countries to transport goods to and from convention imposes obligations on both land-locked states and on coastal states that ratify the :// 4. The term "land-locked states" has been defined as "states which do not border open, enclosed or semi-enclosed seas." L.B. SOHN & K. GUSTAFSON, THE LAW OF THE SEA IN A NUTSHELL (). 5. All but five SWA are republics. Among these five, ?article=&context=psilr.