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An important factor was the presence of our foreign participants, all eminent people who have spent a lifetime of work on and with the law of the sea and the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (LOS Convention). The topics to which the papers and discussions in the meeting were devoted reflected the diversity of contents of the present-day law of the sea, reflected it indeed to the point of placing some papers to a place by themselves, with few direct links to the rest of the discussion. The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea seems capable of coping with most of them, although it remains useful to explore its possibilities and limits. At the same time, there are other legal contexts that are relevant institutions, procedures, sets of rules.

Keywords: foreign participants; LOS Convention; UN Convention



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