LTS

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Related to Law of the sea: maritime law, UNCLOS
AcronymDefinition
LTSLights
LTSLife's Too Short
LTSLearning and Teaching Strategy (courses)
LTSLotus (automobile)
LTSLong Term Support
LTSLearning and Teaching Support (various universities)
LTSLocal Transport Strategy (UK)
LTSLow Temperature Shift (industrial catalyst)
LTSLong-Term Survival (healthcare)
LTSLoad Transfer Switch
LTSLagere Technische School (Dutch: Lower Technical School)
LTSLavender Town Syndrome (Pokemon)
LTSLipolysis Testing Strips (diet)
LTSLow Temperature Storage
LTSLoop Test System
LTSLocal Training Seminar
LTSLarge Test Structure
LTSLogical Time System
LTSLibrary and Technical Services
LTSLenovo Training Solutions
LTSLine Tabulation Set
LTSLabelled Transition Systems
LTSLiving to Serve (Future Farmers of America)
LTSLocal Telephone System
LTSLong Trail School (Dorset, VT)
LTSLand Trust Society (Canada)
LTSLong Term Sickness
LTSLong-Term Storage
LTSLocal Time Stepping (mathematics)
LTSLondon Theological Seminary (London, England, UK)
LTSLong Term Solution
LTSLarge Technical System
LTSLaughing to Self
LTSLong Term Stewardship
LTSLong Term Service
LTSLong-Term Strategy
LTSLong-Term Stability
LTSLong Term Substitute (teacher)
LTSLancaster Theological Seminary
LTSLabelled Transition System
LTSLong Term Study
LTSLaw of the Sea
LTSLanguage Translation System (software)
LTSLearning Technology Specialist
LTSLow Temperature Superconductor
LTSLast Team Standing (gaming)
LTSLeipzig Tourist Service eV (Leipzig, Germany)
LTSLohmann Therapy System (Caldwell, NJ)
LTSLeaning Toothpick Syndrome (excessively long sequences of \ and / characters)
LTSLearning and Technology Services (Wisconsin)
LTSLow Temperature Separation
LTSLong-Term Suspension (student disciplinary action)
LTSLimited Time Special
LTSLaser Tracking System
LTSLeadership Training Service
LTSLead Tax Services (various companies)
LTSLadle Treatment Station (metallurgy)
LTSLaboratory Test Set
LTSLiquid Treatment System
LTSLine Test Set
LTSLow Temperature Sensitization
LTSLunging Thrust-Smack (Kingdom of Loathing)
LTSLondon, Tilbury and Southend Rail (UK)
LTSLocal Test Statistic
LTSLaparoscopic Tubal Sterilization
LTSList of Toxic Substances (Canada)
LTSLimited Tree Search
LTSLast Try Scorer (rugby)
LTSLeadership Training Systems
LTSLabor Transfer System
LTSLogical Time Slot
LTSLunch Time Seminar
LTSLast Time Sale (manufacturing)
LTSLocal Test Sequence
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"That is why I can say that the paternity -- based on "jus soli" -- of the archipelagic principle which eventually found its way into the Convention on the Law of the Sea is Philippine."
It is in a minority of one in voting every year in the General Assembly of the United Nations against the Omnibus Resolution of the Law of the Sea item, as it did most recently on December 5, 2017.
The sources also say that Sir Alan Duncan's statement actually amounted to a call for Turkey not to proceed with exploratory drilling in that area, since the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea prohibits such activity "in an area where sovereignty is under dispute".
UK diplomatic sources told CNA that Sir Alan Duncan's statement amounted to a call for Turkey not to proceed with exploratory drilling in that area, since the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea prohibits such activity "in an area where sovereignty is under dispute".
The article no.6 of the Law of the Sea states that foreign vessels exercising the right of passage in the territorial sea shall observe the laws and regulations in force in the Syrian Arab Republic as well as the provisions of international laws, in particular those related to transport, navigation, cable protection, pipelines, conservation of living resources, fisheries, scientific research and pollution works.
'We have the right to sue the Republic of Croatia before the International Court of the Law of the Sea in Hamburg, because as a state, it has violated the International Convention on the Law of the Sea in two different aspects.
The "five actions" pertain to safeguarding the Taiwan's fishing rights and its rights to participate in multilateral negotiations, to promote scientific cooperation, to strengthen humanitarian response and to continue nurturing and encouraging research talent in the law of the sea.
"This position is entrenched in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and several resolutions and decisions of the African Union Heads of State and Government adopted since 1964," the statement said.OIL DEPOSITSbrThe Hague-based court is expected to give direction on the matter in early 2018.
This is also the case for Law of the Sea disputes, where similar arguments are also made on how the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) was drafted.
by ONA The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 1982 allows for the delineation of the continental shelf area of the Sultanate between 200 and 350 nautical miles from the baseline.
Palestine became a member in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea in 2015, which gave it right to have control over its resources within its maritime border.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 15 (ANI): Neeru Chadha has been elected as the first Indian woman member of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS), a top body which adjudicates cases related to the international law of the seas.