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Further Efforts to Ensure Universal Participation in the Convention

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This chapter talks about the additional efforts that were undertaken for the universal participation in the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. Following the meeting held in May 1993, the consultations continued at an intensified pace throughout the remainder of 1993 and the first four months of 1994. During this period, the 60th instrument of ratification or accession was deposited, thereby triggering the entry into force of the convention 12 months later. One of the most controversial problems throughout the entire consultations was the question of the Enterprise. The developing countries attached importance to the creation of an effective Enterprise which would help to realise the concept of the common heritage of mankind directly.

Keywords: Law of the Sea; UN Convention



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