A Brief Historical Perspective of Bi-lateral, Regional and Multi-lateral Treaties Pertaining to the Navigation of International Waterways, and the Right of Land-locked Countries of Access to and from the Sea and Freedom of Transit
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3 PostWorld War I Period
4 Post World War 11 period
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accordance Afganistan African Unity OAU agreement agricultural products Annexure annual growth rate arbitration Article August Austria Barcelona bilateral Bolivia Burundi capita income Capital city CARGOES cent Central African Republic charges coastal Commonwealth of Nations customs Development duties Economic Europe flag free access free transit free zones freedom of transit GATT geographically disadvantaged Germany granted Group of 77 guia Havana Charter high seas international law land-locked countries League of Nations Lesotho levied Malawi maritime ports means of transport million and imports most-favoured-nation natural resources Nepal Niger Non-Aligned Movement Ocean Organization of African paragraph Paraguay PARTY population present Convention principle provisions ratification regard regional REGULATIONS Republic RESPECT right of access rivers routes Rwanda sea-coast Secretary-General signed South special rights specialized agencies Statute Swaziland tariffs territory THER total area trade exports traffic in transit Treaty Uganda UNCLOS VESSELS VHCH VITH waterways Zambia