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The universities of Vladivostok and Shanghai will jointly study the international law of the sea

June 17 signed an agreement between the law school of the university and the Shanghai Transport University at the Far Eastern Federal University. The parties agreed on the creation of a joint institute for the study of border seas and the Arctic. The new institute will conduct theoretical and applied scientific research in the field of the use of international maritime law in relation to the Arctic and the seas of the northeast coast of Asia, the press service of the Far Eastern Federal University reports.

The new research institute will operate simultaneously in the Law School of the FEFU and in the Center for Deepwater Research of the STU. Within the framework of his work, it is planned to publish joint articles and monographs, academic exchanges of students and teachers, and organize and hold partner conferences.

In addition, a Russian-Chinese scientific journal will be released, in the creation of which St. Petersburg State University, the Chinese Institute of Oceanology and other universities specializing in the law of the sea of ​​the two countries will join FEFU and STU.

“Coastal countries are interested in using the resources of the world ocean, including those located on the shelf. The problem is not only how to take these resources, but also how to respect the interests and rights of other countries. It is the solution of such issues that the FEFU scientists will deal with in partnership with their foreign colleagues, ”said FEFU Vice-Rector Vladimir Kurilov.

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