You have to be impressed by the detail in this document.
I'm 50 year old and always i have know since 3th Grade, that the map of my country have those details , in that area.
But yes the data in that map is very clear.
Actually, I meant the document and not the map. There is a little interpretation in it but the historical description is pretty clear.
in the map i you read the notes along the marks lines, you will see the claim of each country and the award decision of Alexander pointing all around of harbor head and following the San Juan River.
I saw that. Both countries were trying to claim access to the river's mouth.
Even with the latest ruling from the ICJ that Nicaragua controls access, well, you can see how that could be difficult.
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