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52km) offshore, and the contiguous zone which extends a further 12 nautical miles.
The first UN Law of the Sea Conference, in 1958, resulted in four treaties: the Convention on the Territorial Sea and the Contiguous Zone (in force September 1964); Convention on the High Seas (in force September 1962); Convention on Fishing and Conservation of the Living Resources of the High Seas (in force March 1966); and the Convention on the Continental Shelf (in force June 1964).
Both sites lie in the North Atlantic Ocean beyond the territorial waters or contiguous zone of any sovereign nation, over 300 miles from the entrance to the English Channel.
The Chinese ships sailed through a contiguous zone adjacent to Japanese waters on Sunday.
Eight Chinese ships spent several hours in the islands' territorial waters on Tuesday and four remained in the contiguous zone on Wednesday, Japanese officials said.
The two vessels were in the contiguous zone, adjacent to the territorial waters around the Japanese-controlled islet chain claimed by China, according to the 11th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters in Naha, Okinawa Prefecture.
The coast guard confirmed their presence in the morning in the so-called contiguous zone near the uninhabited islands, a major source of friction between Asia's two biggest economies.
From a potential mining perspective the two zones could be regarded as one contiguous zone of mineralisation (25.
Both sites lie within the general area of the English Channel but are outside the territorial waters or contiguous zone of any sovereign nation.
Operating range: Finnish territorial waters and contiguous zone at the customs outer limits.
The February 15 shooting incident, which took place in international waters off the Arabian Sea, is under investigation as it is said to have occurred within the Indian Contiguous Zone in southern India.
The three ships continued to sail in the contiguous zone just outside Japan's territorial waters.