Geographically Disadvantaged States <Right of geographically Disadvantaged States>

For the purposes of this Part, ‘geographically disadvantaged States’ means coastal States, including States bordering enclosed or semienclosed seas, whose geographical situation makes them dependent upon the exploitation of the living resources of the exclusive economic zones of other States in the subregion or region for adequate supplies of fish for the nutritional purposes of their populations or parts thereof, and coastal States which can claim no exclusive economic zones of their own.

Source: United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), 1982. Legislation 

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