134. Laws and regulations of coastal states in relation to innocent passage.

134.     Laws and regulations of coastal states in relation to innocent passage.

The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea specifically provides that the coastal state may adopt laws and regulations1 relating to innocent passage2 in respect of all or any of the following:

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    (1)     safety of navigation and the regulation of maritime traffic3;

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    (2)     protection of navigational aids and facilities and other facilities or installations4;

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    (3)     protection of cables and pipelines5;

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    (4)     conservation of the living resources of the sea6;

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    (5)     prevention of infringement of its fisheries laws and regulations7;

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    (6)