The table on national maritime jurisdictional claims that appeared in Ocean Yearbook 2 and Ocean Yearbook 3 has not been updated here. Recent, reliable data are not available. An updated table will appear in a later edition of the Yearbook. Two new tables, showing the signatories and ratifications of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the members, observers, and participants of the Preparatory Commission, have been added. THE EDITORS TABLE 1G. -- STATUS OF THE UN CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA OTHER ENTITIES WHICH SIGNED THE FINAL ACT OF THE CONFERENCE African National Congress Netherlands Antilles Palestine Liberation Organization Pan Africanist Congress of Azania South West Africa People's Organization SOURCE. -- Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on the Law of the Sea, Law of the Sea Bulletin (New York, United Nations). NOTE. -- Signatures and ratifications as of April 30, 1986. *Those states which signed the Convention on December 10, 1982 are indicated by an "x"; those which signed at a later date are indicated by that date. TABLE 2G. -- MEMBERS, OBSERVERS, AND PARTICIPANTS OF THE PREPARATORY COMMISSION The following states and entities which did not sign the
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Published: Jan 1, 1986
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