443 The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea : Survey for 1999 Shabtai Rosenne Member of the Israel Bar; Member of the Institute of International Law, Honorary Member of the American Society of International Law, Ambassador of Israel (Retired) ABSTRACT This Article continues the annual survey of matters connected with the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) during the year 1999. It follows on the similar survey published in the previous volume of this journal, at p. 487. It is structured in the same way, dealing in order with the 1999 Meeting of States Parties and relevant matters from the 54th session of the United Nations General Assembly, and is concluded with an account of the Tribunal's work in 1999. The Meeting of States Parties The ninth Meeting of States Parties took place between 19 and 28 May 1999, with the President of the Tribunal and its Registrar attending. Ambassador Peter Tomka (Slovakia) was elected President. The agenda (SPLOS/40) contained 17 items. Eight agenda items related directly to ITLOS: its report (agenda item 8); its draft budget for 2000 (item 9); adjustment of remuneration of its members (item 10); supplementary budget proposal for
The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2000
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