Kuwait–Saudi Arabia

The maritime boundary between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia was established in 2000 and begins at their land boundary terminus, which is identified as point G, and then follows a modified equidistance line to point 4, near where Iranian maritime entitlements would come into play. The “neutral zone” between Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, first created in 1922, was expanded into the Persian/Arabian Gulf and allows for shared access to resources. The extension of the maritime boundary, up to the tripoint with Iran, has not yet been negotiated.

Kuwait and Saudi Arabia share a land boundary.

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