Maritime boundaries between Turkey and Bulgaria

The two respective States agreed on 4 December 1997 to delimit the boundary in the mouth area of the Mutlidere/Rezovska River and the maritime areas in the Black Sea. The agreement concerning the delimitation of the maritime areas between the two adjacent States is based on a simplified equidistance line to produce an equitable and just delimitation. This maritime border was developed as an all-purpose boundary dividing the overlapping exclusive economic zone (EEZ) and continental shelf entitlements of the Parties.

Bulgarian maritime area
Bulgaria: Sea-Level Change and Submerged Settlements on the Black Sea |  SpringerLink
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