Bordering Treaties

Bordering Treaties refers to agreements, conventions, protocols, treaties, additional minutes, statements, arbitrary awards, among other, that delimit the international limits of the country. These are made available to the citizenry classified by country.

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Tratado chileno-peruano (1929)

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Protocolo Complementario (1929)

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Acta relativa a la Demarcación de la Línea de Frontera (1930)

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Acuerdo sobre conservación de hitos el la frontera común Chile-Perú (1997)

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    Tratado de Paz y Amistad (1904)

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    Convenio sobre canje de territorios en Zona Fronteriza (1907)

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    Protocolo sobre conservación de hitos fronterizos Chile-Bolivia (1949)

      This section includes some of the instruments that delimit the boundary between Chile and Argentina, however, it is noted that there are other instruments agreed between both parties regarding the delimitation of the common boundary that are not contained here.

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      Arbitraje Sector Hito 62 Monte Fitz Roy Sentencia del 21 Octubre de 1994 XVIII

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      Controversia en la Region del Canal de Beagle Laudo Arbitral MCMLXXVII

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      Laudo de Palena 1966