6 Lex Portus [i] (2017)

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LEX  PORTUS  VOL.  4 (6)'2017


                            THE  TABLE   OF CONTENT


United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982:
35 years anniversary of the Constitution for Oceans.................5..........5


        UKRAINE AND UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE
                                       SEA

Sergiy Kivalov
Protection of the Rights of Ukrainian Seamen and
Revival of the Sea Branch - the Principal Priority of the Development
of Ukraine as the Sea State    ..........................................  .......7

Borys Babin, Eduard Pleshko
On the Issue of Restitution of Ukraine's Rights as
a Coastal State in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov        ........................22

Sergiy Kuznetsov, Tetiana Averochkina
Straits Used for International
Navigation: Some Aspects of Determining the Legal Status and Regime ................31

Inna Boyko
Judiciary-Arbitration Mechanism for Protection of Sovereign Rights
of Ukraine by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea 1982 ..............48

Olga Savych, Olga Pavlova
The Nairobi International Convention on the
Removal of Wrecks 2007: Implementation of the Norms to the National
Legal Space of Ukraine                       ..................................................58

Olexandr Balobanov, Alla Palchenko
The Issue of Legal Regulation of Port Activity  ............................ ......70

Andriy Mota
The Counteraction to Illegal Migration on Sea Routes: Condition
and Prospects for Improvement                   ............................................86

Roman  Sheludiakov
Certification of Fishing Vessel Personnel: International
Standards and Implementation in Ukraine               .....................................97

                   MARITIME LAW IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Lyudmila Pashkovskaya
Participation of European Union in UN 1982 Convention on the Law of the Sea .... .....106
Valentyn Vyshnevskyi
Legal Regulation of the Investigation of Accidents and Incidents
at Sea in the European Union    .......................................   ......118

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