Caspian Sea

Convention on Caspian Sea to increase region’s economic activity - expert

With the signing of the Convention on the legal status of the Caspian Sea, all the Caspian-littoral states (Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Iran) can engage in the extraction of oil and gas on the shelf of the Caspian Sea, being firmly convinced that nothing will undermine the existing agreements and conditions in the region, deputy director of the Russian Institute for Political Studies, Russian political analyst Daria Grevtsova told Trend.
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Kazakhstan to complete formalities for sea borders after delimitation of bottom with Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan

Kazakhstan will be able to state the completion of the legal registration of the boundaries of sovereign rights to subsoil use in the Caspian Sea after defining the point of junction of the lines of delimitation for the bottom sections in the trilateral format with Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, the official website of the Kazakh prime minister cited Ambassador-at-Large of the Kazakh Foreign Ministry Zulfiya Amanzholova as saying on August 18.
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