The treaty provides that fishing vessels apply for permission to dock in a port and to inform the port of the details of its fishing activities. Permission to moor may be refused if the unregulated fishing has taken place. This measure is intended to prevent illegally caught fish from entering the market. Other measures of the treaty include inspection of ship equipment, paperwork, captures and recordings. Although the treaty does not require countries to apply these measures to ships flying their own flags, they may opt for this measure as part of the agreement. [1] [2] Oceanbolt celebrates and welcomes the UN`s emphasis on AIS as a data source to supplement, standardize and validate official trade statistics. As an expert on AIS data and its commercial applications, we are constantly looking for support authorities, companies and research institutes, either through partnerships or trade agreements. On the high seas, on the other hand, every state has the right to move freely, including for military vessels. – Accompanied cargo vehicles (police escorts) from Iran and the port of Alat to Georgia are allowed to cross the borders of Azerbaijan. The Fund meeting approved additional specific eligibility criteria.

The agreement was adopted by FAO in 2009, but required ratification by 25 countries before entering into force. This month, the minimum requirement of 25 nations was exceeded because six other nations – Dominica, Guinea-Bissau, Sudan, Thailand, Tonga and Vanuatu – ratified the agreement and cited the total number of participants at 30. Nations that have come together to support the PSMA range in terms of geographic size, economic strength and level of development; that IN RECORD fishing harms everyone in the global fishing market. From a geological point of view, the continental shelf is the plateau around the continents, where the seabed slowly descends until the depth reaches 200 meters. This area extends beyond territorial waters. Each state is responsible for determining the border of the continental shelf, in accordance with the recommendations of the International Commission on the Continental Shelf. The legal continental shelf extends up to at least 200 nautical miles from the base plan to a maximum of 350 miles. The neighbouring state can extract minerals and materials from this area to the exclusion of abroad.

It also has exclusive control over the living resources that are attached to the shelf. The cargo filter follows three rules: 1) tanks that provide fuel for ships in seaports, 2) ships that arrive but do not depart, and 3) vessels that remain at port borders only for a short or too long period of time are omitted. Due to the importance of maritime navigation in global transport and the associated risks to the environment, protecting the environment from pollution from all sources is an important issue in maritime legislation. The following aspects are discussed: the following representatives are allowed for each movement with the sole condition that employers introduce their employees` data on icaze.e-gov.az portal via an encrypted electronic signature: employees of other public bodies (authorities); Members of the ASAN Volunteers Public Union, Agricultural Development Volunteers Movement, Regional Development Public Union, „Bir“ Student Volunteers Organization, volunteers from the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Population of the Republic of Azerbaijan, including employees of legal entities and their employees whose activities are authorized on the list established by the decision of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan , including individuals and their employees who carry out their commercial activity with the status of a legal entity whose work is empowered to keep the protection of private legal entities secret and to ensure technical security.