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Bulgarian Decree on Territorial Waters

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 April 2017

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1 Izvestiia na Presidiuma na Narodnoto Subranie (Bulgarian Official Gazette), No. 85, Oct. 23, 1951, as modified in No. 90, Nov. 9, 1951; reprinted in Supplement to this Journal, p. 67.

2 Sobranie Zakonov SSSR, No. 62, 1927.

3 A postwar Yugoslav law on the marginal sea (Law No. 876 of 1948) has adopted the old 6-mile limit.

4 Varna is the largest Bulgarian seaport, third largest Bulgarian city and a very important industrial center. Sozopol is a small port some 20 miles south of Burgas without modern port facilities.

5 The previous decree-law of 1935 was enforced by the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

6 Soviet Academy of Sciences, Department of Law, International Law (Moscow: Ministry of Justice, 1947; in Russian), pp. 255–256. This is an official textbook for use in schools and universities.

7 Ibid., pp. 257–258.

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