The Hague court ruling partially dismissed the Peru claim on the border dispute with Chile


The International Court of Justice decided that the Special Zone Maritime Convention of 1954 makes clear that the border existed between the parties and goes beyond 12 miles. But it acknowledged that the declaration of Chile 1952 did not give rise to a maritime delimitation, hosting one of the arguments of Peru.

The ruling by the International Court of Justice in The Hague spread this afternoon (local time) to settle a border dispute between Chile and Peru includes in its first stage, an admission and rejection of the arguments of Lima.

According to a map shown in the living room, the judges of the highest court of the UN confirmed the boundaries claimed by Chile until 80 miles and beyond that point, gave reason to Peru to 200 miles.

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