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ANNEX A

(NOTE.—The large-scale maps, air photographs and descriptions referred to in this Annex are not printed. Copies will be made available in the Libraries of both Houses and an authenticated set will be deposited in the Commonwealth Relations Office during the passage of the Bill through Parliament.

Small-scale illustrative maps, however, corresponding to Maps A and B', referred to in Section I of this Annex, are contained in Appendix V to this Paper as maps numbers 1 and 2.)
 

SECTION 1

The Akrotiri Sovereign Base Area anal the Dhekelia Sovereign Base Area shall comprise the two areas which are approximately indicated in red on Map A and Map B attached to this Annex.

2. - a) The land boundaries of the Akrotiri Sovereign Base Area shall be as defined in the maps, air photographs and description contained in Schedule A to this Annex.

(b) The land boundaries of the Dhekelia Sovereign Base Area shall be as defined in the maps, air photographs and description contained in Schedule B to this Annex.

3. The maps, air photographs and descriptions in Schedules A and B to this Annex shall be interpreted in accordance with the Introductory Notes to those Schedules.
 

SECTION 2

1. The boundaries of the Akrotiri Sovereign Base Area and of the Dhekelia Sovereign Base Area provided for in Section 1 of this Annex shall be marked clearly and effectively on the ground by a boundary Commission composed of representatives appointed by the United Kingdom and by the Republic of Cyprus.

2. The Commission shall be appointed and begin its work immediately upon the entry into force of this Treaty, and shall complete it as soon as possible and in any case within a period of nine months.

3. Subject to paragraph 5 of this Section, the Commission shall adhere strictly to the boundaries provided for in Section 1 of this Annex.

4. Any question as to the correct technical interpretation of the maps, air photographs or descriptions upon which the Commission may be unable to agree may be referred by either the United Kingdom or the Republic of Cyprus for decision to an independent expert to be selected by agreement between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Cyprus. His decision shall be final and binding.

5. The Commission may, if the Commissioners of the United Kingdom and of the Republic of Cyprus agree, make minor deviations from the boundaries provided for in Section 1 of this Annex in order to take account of local administrative conditions and may mark the boundaries accordingly. If the Commissioners are unable to agree, the boundaries provided for in Section 1 of this Annex shall be marked as the boundaries.
 

SECTION 3

1. The Republic of Cyprus shall not claim, as part of its territorial sea, waters lying between Line I and Line II as described in paragraph 2 of this Section, or between Line III and Line IV as described therein.

2. The lines for the purposes of paragraph 1 of this Section shall be as follows:—

      Line I: From the position on the low-water line Iying in a 163• direction from Point No. 57D/ 1, as defined in Schedule A to this Annex, in a 163• direction for 6 85 miles; then in a 207• direction for 3 miles; and then in a 204• direction.

      Line II: From the position on the low-water line Iying in a 1081/2• direction from Point No. 59A/5, as defined in Schedule A to this Annex, in a 1081/2• direction for 7 8 miles; and then in a 136• direction.

      Line III: From the position on the low-water line Iying in a 170• direction from Point No. 41B/ 10, as defined in Schedule B to this Annex, in a 170• direction for 3 8 miles; then in a 136• direction for 3 1 miles; and then in a 156• direction.

      LineIV: From the position on the low-water line Iying in a 103• direction from Point No. 42B/3, as defined in Schedule B to this Annex, in a 103• direction for O9 miles; then in a 150• direction for 6 3 miles; and then in a 176• direction.

3. In paragraph 2 of this Section, the distances quoted are in sea miles reckoned at 1,852 international metres to one sea mile, and the bearings are referred to the True North and are given in degrees reckoned clockwise from 000 • (North) to 359•.
 

SECTION 4

1. Notwithstanding that the Dhekelia Power Station will stand on territory of the Republic of Cyprus, if the Power Station fails, by reason of absence or insufficiency of staff, labour or equipment, to provide adequate supplies of power to the United Kingdom authorities, authorised service organisations, United Kingdom personnel and their dependents, and contractors, the United Kingdom may in consultation with, or in cases of urgency on notification to, the authorities of the Republic of Cyprus, provide their own staff, labour and equipment to ensure the provision of such supplies so long as the deficiency continues.

2. For the purposes of this Section, " United Kingdom authorities ", " authorised service organisations ", " United Kingdom personnel ", "dependents " and " contractors " have the same meanings as these expressions have for the purposes of Annex B to this Treaty.
 

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