Journal of Danubian Studies and Research, Vol 4, No 1 (2014)

Evolution Of International Governmental Organisations Concerning Danube River

Cristian Jura


The international rivers are water courses that separate or cross the territories of several states and which are navigable up to discharging in the sea. The Congress of Vienna (1815) sets forth certain principles of the regime of navigation on European international rivers and the notion of international rivers. The Conference of Berlin (1885) institutes the freedom of navigation on the rivers Congo and Niger. During the Conference of Barcelona (1921) a convention and a by-law were elaborated concerning the regime of navigable ways of international interest.


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