Albania and Italy established their continental shelf boundary through a bilateral agreement that was reached in 1992. The boundary extends for 73 nautical miles and follows an equidistance line in a north-south direction from the southern Adriatic into the Strait of Otranto. Geodesic segments connect 17 turning points. The boundary stops short of reaching both the northern tripoint with Montenegro and the southern tripoint with Greece, both of which still need to be formally established.

Italy – Albania Maritime boundary map 1992

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