Kazakstan And Russia Agree To Divide Caspian Seabed
After meeting in the Kremlin with Russian President Boris Yeltsin on 9 April, PresidentNursultan Nazarbayev of Kazakstan announced that his country and Russia would sign abilateral agreement on 28 April on the division of the Caspian seabed into respectiveterritorial zones, a move that follows a previous agreement reached between Russia andAzerbaijan last month on the division of the seabed into national...
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