UNCLOS - United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
- UNCLOS, is the international agreement that resulted from the third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS III), which was adopted and signed in 1982. In 1956 United Nations held its first conference on the Law of the Sea and concluded with 2 ensuing conferences after first conference. In this meetings United Nations designated permanent sea laws that we are using now. But in recent years some countries violated this sea laws and that argument resulted with increasing tension between countries. Delegates that who are in this committee are expected to fixing the disputes between countries with peaceful and collaborative solutions. We will reunite UNCLOS in the first annual session of HMMUN and also we are waiting a new treaty for keep the world peace.
* Agenda Item: Territorial sea problems between contigious states.
- Under Secretary General:Çağın Yılmaz
This committee is for intermediate and advanced delegates.*