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ECE/TRANS/120/Rev.1
ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE

INLAND TRANSPORT COMMITTEE



EUROPEAN AGREEMENT ON MAIN INLAND WATERWAYS

OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE (AGN)

DONE AT GENEVA ON 19 JANUARY 1996

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ACCORD EUROPÉEN SUR LES GRANDES VOIES NAVIGABLES

D'IMPORTANCE INTERNATIONALE (AGN)

EN DATE, À GENÈVE, DU 19 JANVIER 1996

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ЕВРОПЕЙСКОЕ СОГЛАШЕНИЕ О ВАЖНЕЙШИХ ВНУТРЕННИХ


ВОДНЫХ ПУТЯХ МЕЖДУНАРОДНОГО ЗНАЧЕНИЯ (СМВП)

СОВЕРШЕНО В ЖЕНЕВЕ 19 ЯНВАРЯ 1996 ГОДА

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UNITED NATIONS NATIONS UNIES

ОРГАНИЗАЦИЯ ОБЪЕДИНЕННЫХ НАЦИЙ

Note:

This document contains the text of the AGN Agreement as amended by:

a) Depositary notification C.N.579.2000.TREATIES-4 of 21 August 2000 (procès-verbal of rectification to the original text of the Agreement);

b) Depositary notification C.N.161.2006.TREATIES-1 of 28 February 2006 (Proposal of amendments to the Agreement) and C.N.245.2007.TREATIES-1 of 1 March 2007 (Acceptance) ; Entry into force on 1 June 2007.

c) Depositary notification C.N.163.2006.TREATIES-2 of 28 February 2006 (Proposal of amendments to Annexes I and II of the Agreement) and C.N.670.2006.TREATIES-4 of
29 August 2006 (Acceptance); Entry into force on 29 November 2006.

d) Depositary notification C.N.164.2006.TREATIES-3 of 28 February 2006 (Proposal of amendments to Annex III the Agreement) and C.N.671.2006.TREATIES-4 of 29 August 2006 (Acceptance); Entry into force on 29 November 2006.



Note:

Ce document contient le texte de l‘Accord AGN modifié selon:

a) Notifications dépositaires C.N.579.2000.TREATIES-4 du 21 aôut 2000 (procès-verbal de réctification au texte original de l’Accord);

b) Notifications dépositaires C.N.161.2006.TREATIES-1 de 28 fevrier 2006 (Proposition d’amendements à l’Accord) et C.N.245.2007.TREATIES-1 de 1 mars 2007 (Acceptation); Entrée en vigueur le 1 juin 2007.

c) Notifications dépositaires C.N.163.2006.TREATIES-2 of 28 fevrier 2006 (Propositon d’amendements aux Annexes I et II de l’Accord) et C.N.670.2006.TREATIES-4 de
29 août 2006 (Acceptation); Entrée en vigueur le 29 novembre 2006.

d) Notifications dépositaires C.N.164.2006.TREATIES-3 de 28 fevrier 2006 (Propositon d’amendements à l’Annexe III de l’Accord) et C.N.671.2006.TREATIES-4 de


29 août 2006 (Acceptation); Entrée en vigueur le 29 novembre 2006.

Примечание:

В настоящем документе содержится текст соглашения СМВП, измененный в соответствии с:

a) Уведомлениями депозитария 3C.N.579.2000.TREATIES-4 от 21 августа 2000 года (поправка к оригинальному тексту Соглашения);

b) Уведомлениями депозитария C.N.161.2006.TREATIES-1 от 28 февраля 2006 года (Предложение поправок к Соглашению) и C.N.245.2007.TREATIES-1 от 1 марта 2007 года (Принятие); Вступление в силу 1 июня 2007 года.

c) Уведомлениями депозитария C.N.163.2006.TREATIES-2 от 28 февраля 2006 года (Предложение поправок к Приложениям I иt II Соглашения) и C.N.670.2006. TREATIES-4 от 29 августа 2006 года (Принятие); Вступление в силу
29 ноября 2006 года.

d) Уведомлениями депозитария C.N.164.2006.TREATIES-3 от 28 февраля 2006 года (Предложение поправок к Приложению III Соглашения) и C.N.671.2006.TREATIES-4 от 29 августа 2006 года (Принятие); Вступление в силу 29 ноября 2006 года.


EUROPEAN AGREEMENT ON MAIN INLAND WATERWAYS
OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE (AGN)


The Contracting Parties,

Conscious of the need to facilitate and develop international transport by inland waterways in Europe,

Aware of the expected increase in the international transport of goods as a result of growing international trade,

Emphasizing the important role of inland water transport, which in comparison with other modes of inland transport has economic and ecological advantages and offers spare infrastructure and vessel capacity and is therefore capable of lowering social costs and negative impacts on the environment by inland transport as a whole,

Convinced that, in order to make international inland water transport in Europe, including the transport by sea-river vessels using coastal routes, more efficient and attractive to customers, it is essential to establish a legal framework which lays down a coordinated plan for the development and construction of a network of inland waterways of international importance, based on agreed infrastructure and operational parameters,

Have agreed as follows:
Article 1
DESIGNATION OF THE NETWORK

The Contracting Parties adopt the provisions of this Agreement as a coordinated plan for the development and construction of a network of inland waterways, hereinafter referred to as the "network of inland waterways of international importance" or "E waterway network", which they intend to undertake within the framework of their relevant programmes. The E waterway network, in terms of this Agreement, consists of inland waterways and coastal routes used by sea-river vessels as well as of ports of international importance situated on these waterways and routes, as described in annexes I and II to this Agreement.
Article 2
TECHNICAL AND OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NETWORK

1. The network of inland waterways of international importance referred to in article 1 shall conform to the characteristics set out in annex III to this Agreement or will be brought into conformity with the provisions of this annex in future improvement work.

2. Contracting Parties are called upon to establish national action plans and/or bilateral or multilateral agreements, such as international treaties, guidelines, memoranda of understanding, joint studies or any other similar arrangements, aimed at elimination of existing bottlenecks and completion of missing links in the network of E waterways crossing the territories of countries concerned.


Article 3
ANNEXES

The annexes to this Agreement form an integral part of the Agreement.
Article 4
DESIGNATION OF THE DEPOSITARY

The Secretary-General of the United Nations shall be the depositary of this Agreement.
Article 5
SIGNATURE

    1. This Agreement shall be open at the Office of the United Nations in Geneva for signature by States which are members of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe or have been admitted to the Commission in a consultative capacity in conformity with paragraphs 8 and 11 of the Terms of Reference of the Commission, from 1 October 1996 to 30 September 1997.

2. Such signatures shall be subject to ratification, acceptance or approval.
Article 6
RATIFICATION, ACCEPTANCE OR APPROVAL

1. This Agreement shall be subject to ratification, acceptance or approval in accordance with paragraph 2 of article 5.

2. Ratification, acceptance or approval shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument with the Secretary-General of the United Nations.


Article 7
ACCESSION

1. This Agreement shall be open for accession by any State referred to in paragraph 1 of article 5 from 1 October 1996 onwards.

2. Accessions shall be effected by the deposit of an instrument with the Secretary-General of the United Nations.


Article 8
ENTRY INTO FORCE

1. This Agreement shall enter into force 90 days after the date on which the Governments of five States have deposited an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, provided that one or more waterways of the network of inland waterways of international importance link, in a continuous manner, the territories of at least three of the States which have deposited such an instrument.

2. If this condition is not fulfilled, the Agreement shall enter into force 90 days after the date of the deposit of the instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, whereby the said condition will be satisfied.

3. For each State which deposits an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession after the commencement of the period of 90 days specified in paragraphs 1 and 2 of this article, the Agreement shall enter into force 90 days after the date of the deposit of the said instrument.

Article 9
LIMITS TO THE APPLICATION OF THE AGREEMENT

1. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as preventing a Contracting Party from taking such action, compatible with the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations and limited to the exigencies of the situation, as it considers necessary for its external or internal security.

2. Such measures, which must be temporary, shall be notified immediately to the depositary and their nature specified.


Article 10
SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES

1. Any dispute between two or more Contracting Parties which relates to the interpretation or application of this Agreement and which the Parties in dispute are unable to settle by negotiation or other means shall be referred to arbitration if any of the Contracting Parties in dispute so requests and shall, to that end, be submitted to one or more arbitrators selected by mutual agreement between the Parties in dispute. If the Parties in dispute fail to agree on the choice of an arbitrator or arbitrators within three months after the request for arbitration, any of those Parties may request the Secretary-General of the United Nations to appoint a single arbitrator to whom the dispute shall be submitted for decision.

2. The award of the arbitrator or arbitrators appointed in accordance with paragraph 1 of this article shall be binding upon the Contracting Parties in dispute.


Article 11
RESERVATIONS

Any State may, at the time of signing this Agreement or of depositing its instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, declare that it does not consider itself bound by article 10 of this Agreement.
Article 12
AMENDMENT OF THE AGREEMENT

1. This Agreement may be amended in accordance with the procedure specified in this article, except as provided for under articles 13 and 14.

2. At the request of a Contracting Party, any amendment proposed by it to this Agreement shall be considered by the Principal Working Party on Inland Water Transport of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.

3. If the proposed amendment is adopted by a two-thirds majority of the Contracting Parties present and voting, it shall be communicated by the Secretary-General of the United Nations to all Contracting Parties for acceptance.

4. Any proposed amendment communicated in accordance with paragraph 3 of this article shall come into force with respect to all Contracting Parties 3 months after the expiry of a period of 12 months following the date of its communication, provided that during such period of


12 months no objection to the proposed amendment shall have been notified to the Secretary-General of the United Nations by a State which is a Contracting Party.

5. If an objection to the proposed amendment has been notified in accordance with paragraph 4 of this article, the amendment shall be deemed not to have been accepted and shall have no effect whatsoever.


Article 13
AMENDMENT OF ANNEXES I AND II

1. Annexes I and II to this Agreement may be amended in accordance with the procedure laid down in this article.

2. At the request of a Contracting Party, any amendment proposed by it to annexes I and II to this Agreement shall be considered by the Principal Working Party on Inland Water Transport of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.

3. If the proposed amendment is adopted by the majority of the Contracting Parties present and voting, it shall be communicated by the Secretary-General of the United Nations to the Contracting Parties directly concerned for acceptance. For the purpose of this article, a Contracting Party shall be considered directly concerned if, in the case of inclusion of a new inland waterway or port of international importance or in the case of their respective modification, its territory is crossed by that inland waterway or if the considered port is situated on the said territory.

4. Any proposed amendment communicated in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3 of this article shall be deemed accepted if, within a period of six months following the date of its communication by the depositary, none of the Contracting Parties directly concerned has notified the Secretary-General of the United Nations of its objection to the proposed amendment.

5. Any amendment thus accepted shall be communicated by the Secretary-General of the United Nations to all Contracting Parties and shall enter into force three months after the date of its communication by the depositary.

6. If an objection to the proposed amendment has been notified in accordance with


paragraph 4 of this article, the amendment shall be deemed not to have been accepted and shall have no effect whatsoever.

7. The depositary shall be kept promptly informed by the secretariat of the Economic Commission for Europe of the Contracting Parties which are directly concerned by a proposed amendment.


Article 14
AMENDMENT OF ANNEX III

1. Annex III to this Agreement may be amended in accordance with the procedure specified in this article.

2. At the request of a Contracting Party, any amendment proposed by it to annex III to this Agreement shall be considered by the Principal Working Party on Inland Water Transport of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.

3. If the proposed amendment is adopted by the majority of the Contracting Parties present and voting, it shall be communicated by the Secretary-General of the United Nations to all Contracting Parties for acceptance.

4. Any proposed amendment communicated in accordance with paragraph 3 of this article shall be deemed accepted unless, within a period of six months following the date of its communication, one fifth or more of the Contracting Parties have notified the Secretary-General of the United Nations of their objection to the proposed amendment.

5. Any amendment accepted in accordance with paragraph 4 of this article shall be communicated by the Secretary-General of the United Nations to all Contracting Parties and shall enter into force three months after the date of its communication with regard to all Contracting Parties except those which have already notified the Secretary-General of the United Nations of their objection to the proposed amendment within a period of six months following the date of its communication according to paragraph 4 of this article.

6. If one fifth or more of the Contracting Parties have notified an objection to the proposed amendment in accordance with paragraph 4 of this article, the amendment shall be deemed not to have been accepted and shall have no effect whatsoever.


Article 15
DENUNCIATION

1. Any Contracting Party may denounce this Agreement by written notification addressed to the Secretary-General of the United Nations.

2. The denunciation shall take effect one year after the date of receipt by the Secretary-General of the said notification.


Article 16
TERMINATION

If, after the entry into force of this Agreement, the number of Contracting Parties for any period of 12 consecutive months is reduced to less than five, the Agreement shall cease to have effect 12 months after the date on which the fifth State ceased to be a Contracting Party.
Article 17
NOTIFICATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS BY THE DEPOSITARY

In addition to such notifications and communications as this Agreement may specify, the functions of the Secretary-General of the United Nations as depositary shall be as set out in Part VII of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, concluded on 23 May 1969.
Article 18
AUTHENTIC TEXTS

The original of this Agreement, of which the English, French and Russian texts are equally authentic, shall be deposited with the Secretary-General of the United Nations.

In witness whereof, the undersigned, being duly authorized to that effect, have signed this Agreement.

    Done at Geneva on the nineteenth day of January 1996.
Annex I
INLAND WATERWAYS OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE
Numbering of inland waterways of international importance

1. All inland waterways of international importance (E waterways) shall have two-, four- or six-digit numbers preceded by the letter "E".

2. Main elementary parts of the E waterway network shall have two-digit numbers and their branches and secondary branches ("branches of branches") shall have four- and six-digit numbers, respectively.



    3. Main inland waterways which follow a mainly north-south direction providing access to sea ports and connecting one sea basin to another shall be numbered 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 in ascending order from west to east.

4. Main inland waterways which follow a mainly west-east direction crossing three or more inland waterways mentioned in 3 above shall be numbered 60, 70, 80 and 90 in ascending order from north to south.

5. Other main inland waterways shall be identified by two-digit numbers between the numbers of the two main inland waterways, as mentioned in 3 and 4 above, between which they are located.



6. In the case of branches (or branches of branches), the first two (or four) digits shall indicate the relevant higher element of the waterway network and the last two shall indicate individual branches numbered in order from the beginning to the end of the higher element as described in the table below. Even numbers shall be used for right-hand-side branches and odd numbers for left-hand-side branches.
List of inland waterways of international importance

NUMBER OF E WATERWAY

DESCRIPTION OF THE ROUTE D*D/

Main Waterway

Branches

1

2

3

E 01




Dunkerque-Douai-Valenciennes-Condé-Pommeroeul-Mons-Charleroi-Namur-Liège-Maastricht, Moerdijk to Rotterdam/Europoort via rivers Maas, Kil, Noord and Nieuwe Maas




E 01-02

Meuse from Namur to Givet




E 01-04

Liège-Visé Canal




E 01-04-01

Monsin Canal




E 01-01

Kwaadmechelen-Dessel-Bocholt- Nederweert-Wessem-Canal de la Meuse




E 01-06

Kanaal van St. Andries




E 01-03

Zuid-Willemsvaart from Maas to 's Hertogenbosch

E 02




Zeebrugge-Brugge-Deinze-Kortrijk-Lille-Bauvin




E 02-02

Brugge-Oostende Canal




E 02-02-01

Plassendale-Nieuwpoort Canal




E 02-04

Leie-Roeselare Canal

E 03




Gorinchem-Moerdijk-Terneuzen-Gent via Nieuwe Merwede, Schelde-Rijn Connection, Terneuzen-Gent Canal and Gent Circular Canal

E 04




Vlissingen-Antwerpen-Rupelmonde-Bruxelles-Seneffe via Westerschelde, Boven-Zeeschelde, Rupel, Bruxelles-Rupel and Charleroi-Bruxelles Canals

E 05




[Compiègne-Escaut]-Valenciennes-Condé-Tournai-Gent-Dendermonde-Antwerpen-Hasselt-Genk-Liège via Oise, Seine-Nord Connection, Haut Escaut, Bovenschelde, Gent Circular Canal, Boven-Zeeschelde and Albertkanaal




E 05-02

Peronnes-Pommeroeul via Nimy-Blaton-Peronnes Canal




E 05-01

Bossuit-Kortrijk Canal




E 05-04

River Dender up to Aalst




E 05-06

Viersel-Duffel-Mouth of the Rupel via Netekanaal, Beneden-Nete and Rupel

E 06




Antwerpen-Schelde-Rhine Connection

E 07




Gent Circular Canal-Merendree-Eeklo, via Gent-Oostende Canal-[Maldegem-Zeebrugge]

E 10




Rotterdam/Europoort-Lobith via Oude Maas, Merwede and Waal, Rhine [Niffer, Mulhouse, Besançon-St. Symphorien]-Lyon-Marseille-Fos




E 10-01

Wesel-Datteln-Kanal, Datteln-Hamm-Kanal




E 10-03

Rhein-Herne-Kanal




E 10-05

Ruhr




E 10-07

River Neckar downstream of Plochingen




E 10-09

River Rhine from Niffer to Rheinfelden




E 10-02

[Saône-Moselle]




E 10-04

Rhône-Sète Connection




E 10-06

Rhône and St. Louis Canal: Barcarain-Fos

E 11




IJmuiden-Tiel via Noordzeekanaal and Amsterdam-Rhine Canal




E 11-01

Zaan




E 11-02

Lekkanaal

E 12




Heumen-Nijmegen-Arnhem-Zwolle-Waddenzee via Maas-Waal Kanaal, Waal, Nederrijn, IJssel and IJsselmeer




E 12-02

Zwolle-Meppel via Zwarte Water and Meppeldiep




E 12-04

Ketelmeer-Zwartsluis via Ramsdiep

E 13




North Sea-Emden-Dortmund via Ems and Dortmund-Ems-Kanal

E 14




River Weser from the North Sea via Bremerhaven and Bremen to Minden

E 15




Amsterdam-Lemmer-Groningen-Delfzijl-Emden-Dörpen-Oldenburg-Elsfleth via IJsselmeer, Prinses Margariet Kanaal, Van Starkenborgh Kanaal, Eemskanaal, Ems, Dortmund-Ems-Kanal, Küstenkanal and Hunte




E 15-01

Van Harinxma Canal from Fonejacht to Harlingen

E 20




River Elbe from the North Sea via Hamburg, Magdeburg, Ústí-nad-Labem, Mělník and Pardubice-[Elbe-Danube Connection]




E 20-02

Elbe-Seitenkanal




E 20-04

River Saale up to Leipzig




E 20-06

River Vltava: Mělník-Praha-Slapy

E 21




River Trave from the Baltic Sea via Elbe-Lübeck-Kanal to Elbe

E 30




Swinoujscie-Szczecin-river Oder from Szczecin via Wroclaw to Kozle, [Oder-Danube Connection]




E 30-01

Gliwice Canal

E 31




Szczecin-Westoder-Hohensaaten-Friedrichsthaler Wasserstraße

E 40




[River Wisla from Gdansk to

Warszawa-Brest]-Pinsk-river Dnipro via Kyiv to Kherson






E 40-01

River Desna from the mouth to Chernihiv




E 40-02

River Pivdenny Buh up to Mykolaiv

E 41




Klaipeda-Kurshskiy Zaliv-river Nemunas-Kaunas

E 50




St. Petersburg, via Volgo-Baltijskiy Waterway to Vytegra-Rybinsk-river Volga from Rybinsk via Nizhnij Novgorod, Kazan and Volgograd to Astrakhan




E 50-02

Rybinsk-Moskva




E 50-02-02

River Volga from Dubna to Tver




E 50-01

River Kama from its mouth to Solikamsk

E 60




Coastal route from Gibraltar to the north along the coast of Portugal, Spain, France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany, via the Kiel Canal, along the coast of Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Estonia and Russia to

Sankt-Peterburg-Volgo-Baltijskiy Waterway, Belomorsko-Baltijskiy Canal, along the coast of the White Sea to Arkhangelsk, together with inland waterways which are only accessible from that route






E 60-02

River Guadalquivir up to Sevilla




E 60-04

River Douro up to Portuguese/Spanish State border




E 60-06

Gironde and Garonne up to Castets-en-Dorthe




E 60-08

Loire up to Nantes




E 60-01

Coastal route along the western coast of the United Kingdom to Liverpool, including the Manchester-Liverpool Canal




E 60-03

Coastal route along the eastern coast of the United Kingdom, including the river Humber




E 60-10

From coastal route to Waddenzee up to Harlingen




E 60-12

From coastal route to Ems-Dollard




E 60-05

Coastal route along the western coast of Denmark and Norway




E 60-07

Coastal route along the western coast of Sweden, including the river Göta




E 60-09

Coastal route along the eastern coast of Sweden, including Lake Mälaren




E 60-14

Stralsund-Peenemünde-Wolgast-Szczecin




E 60-11

Coastal route to Finland, then via the Saimaa Canal to Savonlinna-Iisalmi




E 60-11-02

From E 60-11 to Joensuu-Nurmes

E 61




River Peene downstream of Anklam

E 70




From Europoort/Rotterdam to Arnhem via Lek and Benedenrijn-Zutphen-Enschede-[Twente-Mittelland Canal]-Bergeshövede-Minden-Magdeburg-Berlin-Hohensaaten-Kostrzyn-Bydgoszcz-Elblag-Zalew CWiślanyC-Kaliningrad-rivers Pregolia and Dayma-Kurshskiy Zaliv-Klaipeda




E 70-01

Hollandsche Ijssel from Krimpen to Gouda




E 70-03

Zijkanaal up to Almelo




E 70-02

Mittellandkanal branch to Osnabrück




E 70-04

Mittellandkanal branch to Hannover-Linden




E 70-06

Mittellandkanal branch to Hildesheim




E 70-08

Mittellandkanal branch to Salzgitter




E 70-05

Havelkanal




E 70-10

Spree




E 70-12

Berlin-Spandauer Schiffahrtskanal

E 71




Teltowkanal, Britzer Verbindungskanal and Spree-Oder-Wasserstrasse




E 71-02

Potsdamer Havel




E 71-04

Teltowkanal-Oststrecke




E 71-06

Dahme-Wasserstrasse, downstream of Königs Wusterhausen

E 80




Le Havre-Conflans via Le Havre-Tancarville Canal, Seine et Oise-[Compiègne-Toul], via river Moselle to Koblenz, river Rhine to Mainz, river Main to Bamberg, Main-Donau-Kanal, river Danube from Kelheim to Sulina




E 80-02

River Seine from Tancarville to estuary




E 80-04

River Seine from Conflans to Nogent




E 80-06

River Saar up to Saarbrücken




E 80-08

River Drava up to Osijek




E 80-10

[Danube-Sava Canal from Vucovar to Samac]




E 80-01

River Tisza up to Szeged




E 80-01-02

River Bega up to Timisoara




E 80-12

River Sava up to Sisak




E 80-03

River Olt up to Slatina




E 80-05

Danube-Bucuresti Canal




E 80-14

Danube-Black Sea Canal




E 80-14-01

Poarta Alba-Navodari Canal




E 80-07

River Prut up to Ungheni




E 80-09

Danube-Kilia arm




E 80-16

Danube-St. George arm

E 81




River Váh from its mouth to ŽilinaC Cand [Váh-Oder link]

E 90




Coastal route from Gibraltar to the south along the coast of Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine along the southern coast of the Crimea to Azov, via the river Don to Rostov-Kalach-Volgograd-Astrakhan, together with inland waterways which are only accessible from that route




E 90-01

Coastal route in the Adriatic Sea to Trieste




E 90-02

Coastal route in the Black Sea




E 90-03

River Dnestr from Belgorod Dnestrovskiy to Bender




E 90-05

Coastal route in the Caspian Sea

E 91




[Milano-Po Canal], river Po from Cremona to Volta Grimana, Po-Brondolo Canal and Veneta Lateral Waterway to Monfalcone-Trieste




91-02

Po from Conca di Cremona to Casale Monferrato




91-04

Ferrara Waterway from Ferrara to Porto Garibaldi




91-06

Po Grande from Volta Grimana to its mouth




91-01

Mantova-Volta Grimana via the Fissero-Tartaro-Canalbianco Waterway




91-08

Po di Levante from Po-Brondolo Canal to the Adriatic Sea




91-03

[Padova-Venezia Canal]


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