France (Glorioso Islands)–Seychelles

The maritime boundary between the Glorioso Islands, which are a part of the French Îles Éparses, and Seychelles extends for 169 nautical miles and was defined in a 2001 agreement. The boundary, which delimits the exclusive economic zones and continental shelves between the two States, follows a series of geodesic arcs connecting three points that were established based on the principle of equidistance. While occupied by France, the Glorioso Islands are claimed by Madagascar.

France (Glorioso Islands) - Seychelles maritime boundary map

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