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Russia and Norway to divide carbohydrate minefields in Barents Sea
14.03.2008 14:20
Russia and Norway to divide carbohydrate minefields in Barents Sea

Russia and Norway are about to agree on Waranger-fjord bordering and its trans-border carbohydrates minefields.
      The new agreement is to specify the line border, set by the bilateral marine border agreement of 1957. The main point is considered to be issue of using trans-border carbohydrates minefields if the minefields are lying on the both sides of the border. In this case the two countries will sign an agreement of using such minefields as a whole.
      Russia and Norway are holding the negotiations for more than 30 years. The previous agreement of 1957 was about the inner part of the fjord. The agreement of 2007 told about the external part and solved some disputable questions. The decision to work out and sign a new agreement was reached during the Norwegian prime-minister Jens Stoltenberg visit in Moscow in 2007.


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