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Russia, Lithuania, Sweden Sharing Baltic Sea

Russian Foreign Ministry announced on Friday that Russia, Lithuania and Sweden have signed an agreement on exclusive economic zones

Russian Foreign Ministry announced on Friday that Russia, Lithuania and Sweden have signed an agreement on exclusive economic zones in the Baltic Sea continental shelf area.

The intersection point of these zones is located at the Gotland (Dutch) Trench, 141 kilometers from the coastline.

The new border falls approximately 1.5 km short of the demarcation line that was established under the 1988 agreement between the Soviet Union and Sweden.

The document was signed by the deputy director of the consular department of the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry Zenonas Kumetaitis, by the international law advisor to the Swedish Foreign Ministry Marie Jakobson and by Russia?s ambassador-at-large Alexei Obukhov.