During last year’s Washington Summit meetings between President Bush and Soviet President Gorbachev, a historic agreement was signed by which, for the first time, the United States and the Soviet Union registered their mutual accord on a maritime boundary. 1 This new agreement was signed on 1 June 1990 by Secretary of State Baker and Soviet Foreign Minister Shevardnadze, and both signatories have been fully applying its provisions since 15June 1990.
McNeill, John H.
"America's Maritime Boundary with the Soviet Union,"
Naval War College Review: Vol. 44
, Article 5.
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