The Competence of Hellas on Search and Rescue Items in the Aegean Area

Korontzis Tryfon

Abstract


Hellas as a maritime State with a long tradition in shipping and allocating one of the most powerful fleet in the world, played and still plays important and fundamental role in the international conferences, for the establishment of international regulations and conventions on subjects of maritime safety in which is included Search and Rescue (SAR). Parallel with the international legal framework which is applied by Hellas, was also developed and national legal framework which is consent to the orders of the international law and aims in the most effective providing, application and co-ordination of SAR services in regions where base on the international law, Hellas has institutional competence. At the same time Hellas, respectively participated in all the international conferences for the establishment of international conventions and regulations that concerned subjects of air transports, as well as providing services of air SAR, constituting and in this case national framework which is consent to the orders of the international law and aims in the most effective providing, application and co-ordination of SAR services in regions where base on the international law, Hellas has institutional competence.


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Review of European Studies   ISSN 1918-7173 (Print)   ISSN 1918-7181 (Online)

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