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Article 87(1) UNCLOS provides for the freedom of navigation with respect to ships on the high seas.<ref>Law of the Sea Convention, Part VII, Art 87 (1).</ref> This freedom is also found in other treaties<ref>For example, the Geneva Convention on the High Seas (entered into force 30th September 1962) 450 UNTS 11, article 2(1).</ref> and in customary international law.<ref>“Union of Soviet Socialist Republics-United States: Joint Statement with Attached Uniform Interpretation of Rules of International Law Governing Innocent Passage” (1989) 28 International Legal Materials 1444 (The Jackson Hole Statement).</ref>
 
Article 87(1) UNCLOS provides for the freedom of navigation with respect to ships on the high seas.<ref>Law of the Sea Convention, Part VII, Art 87 (1).</ref> This freedom is also found in other treaties<ref>For example, the Geneva Convention on the High Seas (entered into force 30th September 1962) 450 UNTS 11, article 2(1).</ref> and in customary international law.<ref>“Union of Soviet Socialist Republics-United States: Joint Statement with Attached Uniform Interpretation of Rules of International Law Governing Innocent Passage” (1989) 28 International Legal Materials 1444 (The Jackson Hole Statement).</ref>
   

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