Law of the Sea: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Arms Control, Oceans, and International Environment of the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, Second Session, on Review of the Seventh Session of the United Nations Law of the Sea Conference, June 16, 1978
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on Arms Control, Oceans, and International Environment
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Страница 77 - Any modifications or revisions to be made in the informal composite negotiating text should emerge from the negotiations themselves and should not be introduced on the initiative of any single person, whether it be the President or a chairman of a committee, unless presented to the plenary and found, from the widespread and substantial support prevailing in the plenary, to offer a substantially improved prospect of a consensus.
Страница 87 - The coastal State, taking into account the best scientific evidence available to it, shall ensure through proper conservation and management measures that the maintenance of the living resources in the exclusive economic zone is not endangered by over-exploitation.
Страница 77 - ... 9. The Plenary should aim at the completion of all substantive discussions for the production of a draft convention at the seventh session. The work programme adopted by the Plenary should provide for the revision of the Informal Composite Negotiating Text and the discussion of the Revised Informal Composite Negotiating Text. 10. Any modifications or revisions to be made...
Страница 77 - Hay 1978. This proposed time-table is tentative and 'subject to variation as circumstances as well as the capacity of the Secretariat to provide the necessary facilities would permit. 13. The negotiations on the settlement of disputes and on the preamble and final clauses will pass through the same stages, namely, the Committee stage and Plenary, as other issues allocated to the three main committees. For this purpose in the first stage the Plenary will function as a main committee. 14. In all negotiations...
Страница 76 - The new texts also clarify the right of the coastal state to establish and enforce discharge standards stricter than international standards for ships in innocent passage in the territorial sea.
Страница 84 - The definition of the continental shelf contained in Article 76 of the ICNT is vague and was supported by few States.
Страница 77 - Text and the discussion of the Revised Informal Composite Negotiating Text, but lack of •working time following the presidential fight prevented this. The revision of the Informal Composite Negotiating Text was to be the collective responsibility of the President and the Chairmen of the main committees, acting together as a team headed by the President. This was the so-called "collegia!
Страница 15 - Assembly, the election to take place in the following order: (a) four members from among countries which have made the greatest contributions to the exploration for, and the exploitation of, the resources of the Area, as demonstrated by substantial investments or advanced technology in relation to resources of the Area, including at least one State from the Eastern (Socialist) European region. (b...
Страница 1 - Moore, the Chairman of the National Security Council Interagency Task Force on the Law of the Sea and...
Страница 77 - New texts were presented by the Chairman of Negotiating Group 1 on the deep seabeds regime on Articles 150 (Policies Relating to Activities in the Area) and 151 (System of Exploration and Exploitation), as well as on Article 140 (Benefit of Mankind), 143 (Marine Scientific Research) , 144 (Transfer of Technology), 150 bis (Production policies), 150 ter (non-discrimination), 153 (The Review Conference), and Annex II, Paragraphs 4(c)(ii) and 5(j)(iv) concerning transfer of technology.