Farida Ibrahim Hasanli
Baku State University
master
faridahasanli97@gmail.com

COOPERATION OF STATES AGAINST VIOLATION OF THE LEGAL REGIME BASED
 ON THE PRINCIPLE OF FREEDOM OF THE HIGH SEAS
Summary
In general, the water basin - the sea, the ocean is the most important for the world. As it is known, without the seas, the realization of interstate relations of the oceans, especially international trade, is impossible. Maritime rights are invaluable not only for shipping and maritime countries, but also for all states engaged in international trade. Because international shipping is responsible for 90% of world trade and carries more than 7 billion tons of cargo every year for about 4 million miles. The seabed and ocean floor are not included in the concept of open sea due to their special legal status. No state can subjugate any part of the high seas to its sovereignty. Customary international law has long recognized the affirmative obligation of mariners to render assistance to persons in distress at sea to the extent they can do so without serious danger to their ship, crew, or passengers. This long-standing custom is codified in a number of international treaties adopted under the auspices of the IMO, as well as the 1958 Geneva Convention on the High Seas14 and the 1982 UNCLOS.
Key words: high seas, cooperation of states, violation of the legal regime, military ships, international actsUnited Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, 

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