Archipelago Doctrine of the Philippines?

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The 'Archipelagic Doctrine'' goes back to March 7, 1955, when the Philippines government lodged a formal note with the United Nations, as follows:''All waters around, between and connecting different islands belonging to the Philippine Archipelago, irrespective of their width or dimension, are necessary appurtenances of its land territory, forming an integral part of the national or inland waters, subject to the exclusive sovereignty of the Philippines.'''
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