International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 8, Issue 4 (2022)

Analysis of violations of Iran and Panama Tanker crossing rights in Indonesia reviewed from International law


Antoni Yudha Timor, Joko Setiyono

The State of Indonesia as the largest archipelagic country has a quite high risk of violations and crimes in its marine territory. As a member of the United Nations that has ratified Unclos 1982, Indonesia is subject to and guided by the convention in resolving various maritime disputes involving other countries. This article discusses the enforcement of international law of the sea for foreign ships that violate the right of passage based on the 1982 International Law of the Sea Convention and a juridical analysis of the settlement of disputes over the berth of the MT ship. Iranian Horse with MT. Freya Panama outside the Indonesian Archipelagic Sea Lane (ALKI) according to international maritime law. The results of the study indicate that the ship to ship act committed by the two foreign tankers is an act that violates international maritime law and Indonesian national law.
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Antoni Yudha Timor, Joko Setiyono. Analysis of violations of Iran and Panama Tanker crossing rights in Indonesia reviewed from International law. International Journal of Law, Volume 8, Issue 4, 2022, Pages 121-124
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