European Agreement On Main Inland Waterways

Original Language Title: Evropská dohoda o hlavních vnitrozemských vodních cestách

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163/1999 Sb.



The COMMUNICATION FROM the



Ministry of Foreign Affairs



Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that the 19 July. January 1996

Geneva adopted the European Agreement on main inland waterways

the roads of international importance (AGN).



On behalf of the Czech Republic, the agreement was signed in Helsinki on 23.

June 1997. The instrument of ratification of the agreement, the Czech Republic has been saved

with the Secretary-General of the United Nations, the depositary of the agreement,

Day 8. August 1997.



Agreement entered into force, pursuant to article 8 (2). 2 on 26.

on this day July 1999 and entered into force for the Czech Republic.



Czech translation of the agreement shall be published at the same time.



EUROPEAN AGREEMENT



the main inland waterways of international importance (AGN)



The Contracting Parties,



Bearing in mind the need for relief and development of international transport

inland waterways in Europe,



taking into account that the international transport of goods will increase in

as a result of the growth of international trade,



highlighting the important role of inland waterway transport in the

comparison with other transport modes has economic and ecological advantages and

offers sufficient capacity in infrastructure and Marine Park, and it is therefore

able to reduce social costs and negative environmental impacts of inland

transport as a whole on the environment,



convinced that to increase the efficiency of international transport

inland waterways in Europe and their interest for

the consumer is necessary to create a legal framework for the coordination of the plans

the development and construction of the network of inland waterways of international

the meaning on the basis of agreed infrastructure and operational parameters

conditions,



have agreed as follows:



Article 1



Destination network



The Contracting Parties shall accept the provisions of this agreement as a coordinated plan

the development and construction of the network of inland waterways, hereinafter referred to as "network

inland waterways of international importance "or" water network

paths (E), "which they intend to implement, within their respective

programs. The network of E waterways includes inland waterways and

ports of international importance, which are listed in annexes I and II to

This agreement.



Article 2



Technical and operational characteristics of the network



Network of inland waterways of international importance referred to in article

1 will be tailored to the characteristics set out in annex III to this

Agreement or will be given in accordance with the provisions of this annex during the

future modernisation works.



Article 3



Annex



The annexes to this Agreement are an integral part of the agreement.



Article 4



Determination of the depositary



The depositary of this Agreement, the Secretary-General of the United

of the Nations.



Article 5



The signature of the



1. This agreement shall be at the headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva

open for signature by States which are members of the European Economic Commission

The United Nations, or can take part in the activities of the Commission with the

consultative status in accordance with paragraphs 8 and 11 of the rules of procedure 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 is subject to ratification, acceptance or approval in accordance with

Article 5 (3). 2.



2. Ratification, acceptance or approval shall be effected by depositing an instrument

the Secretary-General of the United Nations.



Article 7



Access



1. This agreement shall be open for accession by any State referred to in

Article 5 (3). 1 from 1 January 2003. October 1996.



2. access shall be effected by an instrument with the Secretary-General of the

Of the United Nations.



Article 8



Entry into force of the



1. This agreement shall enter into force after the expiry of 90 days from the date when the Government

five States have deposited their instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or

access on condition that one or more inland waterways

the network of inland waterways of international importance link without

the interruption of the territory for at least three of the States which have deposited such instrument.



2. If this condition is fulfilled, the agreement shall enter into force after the expiry of the

90 days from the date of deposit of the instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval or

access to this condition is met.



3. For each State which deposits an instrument of ratification, acceptance, approval

or accession after the date on which the period of 90 days referred to in

paragraphs 1 and 2 of this article, the agreement shall enter into force after the expiry of the

90 days of the date of the deposit of this instrument.



Article 9



Constraints on the implementation of the agreement



1. No provision of this agreement can be seen as a setback for the

any of the Contracting Parties to adopt, in accordance with the provisions of the Charter of the

The United Nations, such measures would be limited to cases of extreme

the emergency, which it considers necessary in order to ensure their internal or external

the safety.



2. These measures, which must be of a temporary nature, shall be promptly

notified to the depositary indicating their nature.



Article 10



Resolution of disputes



1. Any dispute between two or more Contracting Parties,

relates to the interpretation or implementation of this agreement, and which the parties to the dispute

cannot resolve by negotiation or by any other means, will be at the request of one

of the Contracting Parties, between which the dispute was submitted to arbitration

control and passed to one or more arbitrators selected on the basis of the

the mutual consent of the parties to the dispute. If the parties to the dispute agree on

the selection of an arbitrator or arbitrators within three months after the date of

the request for arbitration, any of those parties may request the

the Secretary-General of the United Nations for the appointment of one

the arbitrator, which will be submitted for decision to the dispute.



2. the arbitrator or arbitrators appointed in accordance with paragraph 1

in this article, will be binding on the Contracting Parties in dispute.



Article 11



Reservations



Any State may, when signing this agreement or depositing the instrument of

ratification, acceptance, approval or accession, make a declaration about it,

that they do not feel to be bound by article 10 of this agreement.



Article 12



The procedure for the amendment of the agreement



1. this agreement may be amended in accordance with the procedure laid down in this

the article, with the exceptions provided for in articles 13 and 14.



2. at the request of either of the Contracting Parties shall discuss each proposal to

the change of this agreement of the main working group for inland waterway

transport of the Economic Commission of the United Nations.



3. If the change will be adopted by a two thirds majority of those present and

voting of the Contracting Parties, it shall be circulated by the Secretary-General of the Organization

the United Nations to all Contracting Parties for acceptance.



4. any proposed amendment, notified in accordance with paragraph 3 of this

Article, shall enter into force for all Contracting Parties three months after the

the expiry of twelve months from the date of notification, provided that, in the

During those 12 months, fails to notify any State which is

Contracting Party, the Secretary-General of the United Nations

objection to the proposed change.



5. If, in accordance with paragraph 4 of this article announced the claim against the

the proposed change, the change is not considered to have been received, and will not enter in

force.



Article 13



Procedure for amending annexes I and II



1. Annexes I and II to this agreement may be amended in accordance with the procedure

referred to in this article.



2. at the request of either of the Contracting Parties shall discuss each proposal to

Amendment of annexes I and II to the main working group for inland waterway

transport of the Economic Commission of the United Nations.



3. If the amendment adopted by a majority of those present and voting Contracting

the parties, it shall be circulated by the Secretary-General of the United Nations directly

interested Contracting Parties for acceptance. For the purposes of this article,

the Party considered to be directly involved in the case

the inclusion of a new inland waterway or harbour international

importance or in the case of changes underway in this inland water

its path or if the port is located on the under consideration

territory.



4. any proposed amendment, notified in accordance with paragraph 2 and 3 of this

Article shall be deemed to be accepted if within six months from the

the date of the notification by the depositary, none of the directly interested

the Contracting Parties communicate to the Secretary-General of the United

the Nations of their objection to the proposed amendment.



5. any amendment adopted in such a manner will be notified by the

the Secretary-General of the United Nations to all Contracting Parties and shall enter

in force after the expiration of three months from the date of its notification by the depositary.



6. If, in accordance with paragraph 4 of this article announced the claim against the

the proposed change, the change is not considered to have been received, and will not enter in

force.



7. The secretariat of the Economic Commission for Europe will immediately inform the

the depositary of the Contracting Parties, which is directly related to the proposed amendment.



Article 14



The procedure for the amendment of annex III



1. Annex III to this agreement may be amended in accordance with the procedure

referred to in this article.



2. at the request of either of the Contracting Parties shall discuss each proposal to

Amendment of annex III, the main working group for inland waterway

transport of the Economic Commission of the United Nations.
3. If the amendment adopted by a majority of those present and voting Contracting

the parties, it shall be circulated by the Secretary-General of the United Nations directly

interested Contracting Parties for acceptance.



4. any proposed amendment, notified in accordance with paragraph 3 of this

Article shall be deemed to be accepted if within six months from the

the date of its notification shall not divulge to one-fifth, or a larger number of Contracting Parties to the

the Secretary-General of the United Nations of their objection against

the proposed amendment.



5. Any amendment adopted in accordance with paragraph 4 of this article, the

notified to the Secretary-General of the United Nations to all

the Contracting Parties and shall enter into force on the expiry of three months from the date of

its notification for all Contracting Parties except those which already

have communicated to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, its

objections to the proposed change in the course of six months from the date of its

notification in accordance with paragraph 4 of this article.



6. If one fifth or more of the Contracting Parties shall communicate its objections to the

against the proposed amendment in accordance with paragraph 4 of this article,

the change is not considered to have been received and enter into force.



Article 15



Notice of termination



1. each Contracting Party may denounce this Agreement by written notification

the Secretary-General of the United Nations.



2. Denunciation shall take effect upon expiry of one year from the date of receipt of the

of the notification by the Secretary-General.



Article 16



The expiry of the



If, after entry into force of this agreement, the number of Contracting Parties in

any period of twelve consecutive months to less than five,

the agreement shall cease to be valid after the expiration of twelve months from the date on which the

ceased to be a Contracting Party to the fifth State.



Article 17



Notification and communication of the depositary



In addition to the notifications and communications provided for in this Agreement, will be the General

the Secretary-General of the United Nations as depositary shall perform the functions

pursuant to part VII of the Vienna Convention on the law of the contract, negotiated in Vienna the day

May 23, 1969.



Article 18



Authentic texts



The original of this agreement, the texts in the English, Russian and

the French are equally authentic, shall be deposited with the

the Secretary-General of the United Nations.



On the evidence of the undersigned and properly authorised to do so

have signed this agreement.



Done at Geneva on the nineteenth of January 1996.



Annex I



INLAND WATERWAYS OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE



Numbering of inland waterways of international importance



1. All inland waterways of international importance (waterborne

(E)) are marked with a letter "E", followed by two, four or

the six-digit number.



2. Base the main part of the network of waterways E have two-digit numbers and

their branches and secondary branches ("branches of branches") shall have the appropriate

the 4-digit number, 6-digit, if applicable.



3. The main water artery, approximately North-South direction, ensuring

access to sea ports and connecting one sea area

the other numbers are 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 the increasing from West to East.



4. The main water artery, approximately západovýchodního the direction that

crisscross at least three main highway referred to in point 3, to 60,

70, 80 and 90 increasing from North to South.



5. Other main inland waterways shall have two-digit numbers between the numbers of the two

the main magistrál referred to in section 3 or 4, which is

they are located.



6. In the case of branches (or branches of branches), the first two or four

digits are the higher part of the network of waterways and two subsequent

mean the serial numbers of specific branches, allocated in the direction from the

the beginning to the end of the higher parts, as described in the following table.

Even numbers are used for marking turns and odd for the right side

left hand drive.

The list of inland waterways of international importance



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The number of waterways E route description ^ *)

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The Other Main Branch

water main water

the road trip

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1 2 3 4

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E 01 Dunkerque-Valenciennes-Douai-Pommeroeul-Condé-

Mons-Charleroi-Namur-Lieřge-Maastricht, Moerdijk-

Rotterdam/Europort via the river Maas, Noord, Kil

and the Nieuwe Maas

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E 01-02 Meuse from Namur after Givet

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E 01-04 channel ("channel") Lieřge-Ray

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E 01-04-01 Monsin Canal

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E 01-01-Dessel-Kwaadmechelen Bocholt-Wessem-Nederweert-Canal de la Meuse

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E 01-06 Channel van St. Andries

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E 01-03 Zuid-Willemsvaart from the Maas River after the's Hertogenbosch

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E 02: Zeebrugge-Brugge-Deinze-Kortrijk-Lille-Bauvin

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E 02-02 Channel Brugge-Oostende

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E 02-02-01 Canal Plassendale-Nieuwport

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E 02-04 Channel Leie-Roeselare



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E 03 Gorinchem-Moerdijk-Terneuzen-Gent via the Nieuwe

Merwede, the Scheldt-Rhine Canal link, channel Terneuzen-Gent

and the lateral channel around Ghent



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E 04 Vlissingen-Antwerp-Brussels-Rupelmonde-Seneffe

through the Westerschelde, Boven's-Zeeschelde, Rupel and channels

The Brussels-Rupel and Charleroi-Brussels



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E 05 (Compieřgne-Scheldt)-Valenciennes-Conde-Tournai-Gent-

-Dendermonde-Antwerp-Hasselt-Genk-Lieřge via

OISE, connection-Séna North, upper Šeldu, the Bovenschelde,

lateral channel around Ghent, Boven's-Zeeschelde and Albert

channel



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E 05-02-Pommeroeulpřes Peronnes Canal Peronnes Nimy-Blaton-



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E 05-01 Canal Bossuit-Kortrijk



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E 05-04 Blaton-Ath-Aalst-Dendermonde via Canal Blaton-Ath

and Dender



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E 05-06 Viersel-Duffel-ústířeky Rupel, Beneden-via Netekanaal

-Nete and Rupel

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E 06 Link Antwerp-Scheldt-Rhine Canal

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E 07 Lateral channel around Ghent-Eeklo Merendree-through channel

Ghent-Ostend-(Maldegem-Zeebrugge)

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E 10 Rotterdam/Europort-Zevenaar over the Oude Maas, Merwede

, the Rhine and the Waal (Niffer, Mulhouse, Besanßon-St. Symphorien)-

-Lyon-Marseille-Fos

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E 10-01 Channel Wesel-Datteln, Datteln-Hamm Canal
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E 10-03 Rhine-Herne

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(E) 10-05 Ruhr

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10-07 Neckar River downstream from Plochingen

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(E) 10-09 River Rhine from Niffer in Rheinfelden

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E 10-02 (Sa ^ one-Moselle)

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(E) 10-04 Rh ^ Link one-Seřte

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(E) 10-06 Rh ^ one and channel of St. Louis: Barcarain-Fos

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E 11 IJmuiden-Noordzeekanaal and the channel through the Tiel, Amsterdam-Rhine Canal

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E 11-01 Zaan

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E 12 Heumen-Nijmegen-Arnhem-Zwolle-Waddenzee across the channel

Maas-Waal, Waal, IJssel and Nederrijn, IJsselmeer

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E 12-02 Zwolle-Meppel through Zwarte Water and Meppeldiep

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(E) 12-04-over the Ketelmeer Zwartsluis Ramsdiep

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E 13 North Sea-Emden-Dortmund through Ems and channel

Dortmuntd-Ems

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(E) the 14 Wesser River from the North Sea through Bremerhaven

and Bremen poMinden

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E 15 Amsterdam-Lemmer-Groningen-Delfzijl-Emden-Dörpen-

-Oldenburg-Elsflethpřes IJsselmeer, channel Prinses Margariet,

channel van Starkenborgh, channel Ems, Ems, the Dortmund-channel

-Ems, Küsten Canal and Hunt

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E 15-01 van Harinxma Canal from Fonejacht to Harlingen

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E 20 River Elbe from Hamburg, the North Sea, through the

Magdeburg, Usti nad Labem, Pardubice and Mělník-

(link Elbe-Danube)

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E 20-02 the Elbe-Seitenkanal

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E 20-04 River Saale to Leipzig

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E 20-06 River Vltava: Melnik-Prague-Slapy

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(E) 21 the river Trave, from the Baltic Sea to the Elbe River via the Elbe-Lübeck Canal

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(E) 30-Swinoujcie Szczecin-Szczecin over the Odra River from Wroclaw

The Goat, (Oder-Danube)

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(E) 30-01 Gliwický channel

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E 31 Szczecin-Westoder-Hohensaaten-Friedrichsthaler

Wasserstrasse

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E 40 (the river Wisla from Gdansk after Warszawu-Brest)-Piňsk-River

The Dnieper through Kiev to Kherson

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E 40-02 River Southern Bug to poNikolajev

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E 41 Klaipeda-Kuršský Bay-the river Neman River-Kaunas

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E 50 St. Petersburg, via Volho-Baltickou water way to the

Vytegry-Rybinsk-řekuVolhu from Rybinska through Lower

Novgorod, Kazan and Astrakhan Volgograd after the

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(E) 50-02 Rybinsk-Moscow

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(E) 50-02-02 River Volga Tver from April after

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(E) 50-01 Kama River from the mouth of the poSolikamsk

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E 60 Offshore route from Gibraltar to the North along the coast

Portugal, Spain, France, Belgium, The Netherlands

and Germany through the Kiel Canal, along the coast of Germany,

Poland, Lithuania, Estonia and Russia in St. Petersburg-Volho-

-Baltickou water way, White Sea-Baltický channel

along the coast, including Bíléhomoře, after the Arkhangelsk

inland waterways accessible only from this route

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E 60-02 River Guadalquivir doSevilly

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E 60-04 River Douro after Portugal-Spanish

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E 60-06 Gironde Garonne and poCastets-en-Dorthe

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E 60-09 Loire after Nantes

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E 60-01-the coastal route along the West coast of the United

Kingdom to Liverpool, including

channel Manchester-Liverpool

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E 60-03-the coastal route along the East coast of the United

the Kingdom, including the river Humber

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E 60-10 From offshore routes after the Waddenzee and after Harlingen

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E 60-12 From coastal routes to Ems-Dollard

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E 60-05 Coastal route along the West coast of Denmark and Norway

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E 60-07 Coastal route along the West coast of Sweden, including the

the river Goty

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E 60-09 the coastal route along the eastern coast of Sweden, including the

Lake Mälaren

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E 60-14 Stralsund-Peenemünde-Wolgast-Szczecin

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E 60-11 Coastal route to Finland and then after Saimenském channel

the Savonlinna-Iisalmi
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E 60-11-02 from the E 60-11 to Joensuu-Nurmes

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E 61 Peene River after prouduod Anklam

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E 70 From Europoort/Rotterdam to Arnhem over Lek and Benedenrijn-

-Zutphen-Enschede-(Twente-Mediterranean channel)-

Bergeshövede-Minden-Magdeburg-Berlin-Hohensaaten-

-Kostrzyn-Bydgoszcz-Elblag-Kaliningrad-Vistula Bay-the river

Pregolia and Kuršský-Bay Dayma-Klaipeda

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E 70-01 Hollandsche Ijssel to Krimpen from Goudy

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E 70-03 Zijkanaal to Almelo

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E 70-02 Mediterranean channel-turnoff to Osnabrück

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E 70-04 Mediterranean channel-turning into Hannover-Linden

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E 70-06 Mediterranean channel-turnoff to Hildesheim

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E 70-08 Mediterranean channel-turning into Salzgitter

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E 70-05 Havelský channel

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E 70-10 Spree

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E 70-12 channel Berlin-Spandauer

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E 71 Teltowský channel, connecting the Canal and waterway Britzer

Oder-Spree

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E 71-02 Potsdamer Havel

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E 71-04 Channel Teltow-Eastern section

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E 71-06 waterway Dahme poproudu from Königs Wusterhausen

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E 80 Le Havre-Conflans across the channel in Le Havre-Tancarville,

Sénu and Oise-(Toul-Compieřgne), along the river Moselle, Rhine River in Koblence

After Mainz, Bamberg, Mohanpo River Main Channel-

-Danube, Danube from Kelheim after Sulinu

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E 80-02 River from the Trancarville mouth Séna

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E 80-04 River Séna from Conflans after Nogent

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E 80-06 River of Saar to Saarbrücken

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E 80-08 River Drava to Osijek

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E 80-10 (channel of the Danube-Sava odVukovaru after Samac)

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E 80-01 River Tisza until Szeged

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E 80-01-02 the river Bega to the Timişoara

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E 80-12 River Sava to Sisak

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E 80-03 River Olt up to Slatina

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E 80-05 Danube – Bucharest

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E 80-14 Danube – Black Sea

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E 80-14-01 Channel gate somewhere Alba-Navodari

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E 80-07 River Rod to Ungheni

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E 80-09 Danube-Kilijské shoulder

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E 80-16 Danube-St. George's shoulder

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E 81 River Váh river from its mouth and Žilina (VAH-Oder link)

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E 90 Příbřežná route from Gibraltar to the South along the coast

Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria,

Romania and Ukraine along the southern coast of the Crimea

in the sea of Azov, on the River Don in Rostov-Kalach sometime today-

-Volgograd-Astrakhan and also inland waterways,

which are the přístupnéjen of this trasyE 90-01Příbřežní route

in the Adriatic Sea to Trieste

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(E) 90-02 Coastal route in the Black Sea

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E 90-03 River Dniester from Bělgorodu Dněstrovského to Benderu

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(E) 90-05 Coastal route in the Caspian Sea

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E 91 (Milan Channel-fall), the river Po from Cremona in Volta Grimana,

channel-channel alaterální the fall of Brondolo Veneta in Monfalcone-

-Trieste

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E 91-02 Fall from the Conca di Cremona in Casale Monferrato

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E 91-04 waterway of Ferrara from Ferrara to Porto Garibaldi

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E 91-06 Big Fall from Volta Grimana into his mouth

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E 91 01-Mantova-Volta Grimanapo Fissero-Tartaro waterway-Kanal

Bianco

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(E) 91-08 Fall di Levante from channel-Brondolo Fall into the Adriatic Sea

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E 91-03 (Channel Padova-Venice)

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Annex II



INLAND PORTS of INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE Numbering of ports

international importance

Each port of the international importance of the ancillary costs is

assigned number consisting of the numbers of the waterways, on which it is located,
followed by a dash and a two-digit number indicating the port

on this waterway, increasing from West to East and from North

to the South, and before this number is předřazeno the letter "P". Private

(non-public) ports that belong to specific companies, are

marked with an asterisk (*).



An overview of the inland ports of international importance



P 01-01 Dunkerque (Dunkerque-channel Valencienne, 20.5 km)

P 01-02 Charleroi (Sambre, 38.8 km)

P 01-03 Namur (Meuse, 46.3 km)

P 01-04 Lieřge (Meuse, 113.7 km)

P 01-05 Maastricht (Maas, 4.5 km)

P 01-06 Stein (Maas, 21.9 km)

P 01-07 Born (Maas, 29.7 km)

P 01-08 Maasbracht (Maas, 41.8 km)

P 01-09 Roermond (Maas, 74.3 km)

P 01-10 Oss (Maas, 159.1 km)

P 01-11 Dordrecht (Mervede, 974.4 km)

P 01-12 Zwijndrecht (Oude Maas, 980.6 km)

P 01-13 Vlaardingen (Nieuwe Waterweg, 1010.5 km)

P 01-14 Maassluis (the Nieuwe Waterweg, 1018.7 km)

P 01-01-01 Overpelt (Canal Bocholt-Herentals, 14.8 km)

P 01-03-01 's-Hertogenbosch (Zuid-Willemsvaart, 4.0 km)

P 02-01 Zeebrugge (North Sea)

P 02-02 Aalter (Channel Oostende-Brugge-Gent, 22.5 km)

P 02-03 Lille (Deule, 420.0 km)

P 02-02-01 Oostende (North Sea)

P 02-04-01 Roeselare (Roeselare-Leie Canal, 0.5 km)

P 02-04-02 Izegem (Channel Leie-Roeselare, 6.4 km)

P 03-01 Moerdijk (Hollands Diep)

P 03-02 Terneuzen (Terneuzen-Gent Canal, 32.5 km)

P 03-03 Zelzate (Channel Terneuzen-Gent, 4.6 km)

P 03-04 Gent (Ghent-Terneuzen Canal, 4.6 km)

P 04-01 Vlissingen (Westerschelde)

P 04-02 Beveren (Beneden Zeeschelde, 22.9 km)

P 04-03 Ruisbroek (Charleroi-Brussels Canal, 58.8 km)

P 04-04 Grimbergen (Brussels-Rupel Canal, 12.2 km)

P 04-05 Brussel (Brussels-Rupel Canal, 62.0 km)

P 05-01 Avelgem (Bovenschelde, 35.7 km)

P 05-02 Melle (Boven's-Zeeschelde, 9.9 km)

P 05-03 Meerhout (Albertkanál, 80.7 km)

P 05-04 Ham (Albertkanál, 73.7 km)

P 05-05 Hasselt (Albertkanál, 51.5 km)

P 05-06 Genk (Albertkanál, 42.9 km)

P 05-04-01 Aalst (Dender, 53.7 km)

P 06-01 Antwerpen (Schelde, 102.9 km)

P 06-02 Bergen op Zoom (Scheldt-Rhine Canal, 1031.8 km)

P 10-01 Rotterdam (Nieuwe Maas, 1002.5 km)

P 10-02 Albasserdam (Noord, 981.1 km)

P 10-03 Tiel (Waal, 914.6 km)

P 10-04 Emmerich (Rhine, 852.0 km)

P 10-05 Wesel (Rhine, 814.0 km)

P 10-06 Rheinberg-Ossenberg (Rhine, 806.0 km)

P 10-07 Run (Rhine, 794.0 km)

P 10-08 Walsum-Nordhafen (Rhine, 793.0 km)

P 10-09 Walsum-Sud (Rhine, 791.0 km)

P 10-10 Schwelgern (Rhine, 790.0 km)

P 10-11 Homberg, Sachtleben (Rhine, 774.0 km)

P 10-12 Duisburg-Ruhrort Häfen (Rhine, 774.0 km)

P 10-13 Krefeld (Rhine, 762.0 km)

P 10-14 Düsseldorf (Rhine, 743.0 km)

P 10-15 Neuss (Rhine, 740.0 km)

P 10-16 Stürzelberg (Rhine, 726.0 km)

P 10-17 Leverkusen (Rhine, 699.0 km)

P 10-18 Köln (Rhine, 688.0 km)

P 10-19 Wesseling-Godorf (Rhine, 672.0 km)

P 10-20 Bonn (Rhine, 658.0 km)

P 10-21 Andernach (Rhine, 612.0 km)

P 10-22 Neuwied (Rhine, 606.0 km)

P 10-23 Bendorf (Rhine, 599.0 km)

P 10-24 Koblenz (Rhine, 596.0 km)

P 10-25 Bingen (Rhine, 527.0 km)

P 10-26 Wiesbaden (Rhine, 500.0 km)

P 10-27 Gernsheim (Rhine, 462.0 km)

P 10-28 Worms (Rhine, 444.0 km)

P 10-29 Mannheim (Rhine, 424.0 km)

P 10-30 Ludwigshafen (Rhine, 420.0 km)

P 10-31 Speyer (Rhine, 400.0 km)

P 10-32 Germeirsheim (Rhine, 385.0 km)

P 10-33 Wörth (Rhine, 366.0 km)

P 10-34 Karlsruhe (Rhine, 360.0 km)

P 10-35 Kehl (Rhine, 297.0 km)

P 10-36 Strasbourg (Rhine, 296.0 km)

P 10-37 Breisach (Rhine, 226.0 km)

P 10-38 Colmar-Neuf Brisach (Rhine, 225.8 km)

P 10-49 Mulhouse-Ottmarsheim (Grand Canal of Alsace, 21.0 km)

P 10-40 Fort Louis Stattmatten (Great Alsatian channel, 322.0 km)

P 10-41 Ile Napoléon (Channel Rh ^ one-the Rhine, 37.6 km)

P 10-42 Mulhouse (Channel Rh ^ one-the Rhine, 31.0 km)

P 10-43 Aproport (Chalon, M ^ acon, Villefranche-sur-Sa ^ one) (Sa ^ one,

230.0 km, or 296.0 km and 335.0 km)

P 10-44 Lyon (Sa ^ one 375.0 km)

P 10-45 Marseille-Fos (Marseille-Rh ^ Channel one, 0.0 km)

P 10-01-01 Rhein-Lippe-Hafen (Channel Wesel-Datteln, 1.0 km)

P 10-01-02 Marl-Hüls AG (Channel Wesel-Datteln, 38.0 km)

P 10-01-03 Auguste Victoria (Channel Wesel-Datteln, 39.0 km)

P 10-01-04 Lünen (Datteln-Hamm Canal, 11.0 km)

P 10-01-05 Berkamen (Datteln-Hamm Canal, 22.0 km)

P 10-01-06 Hamm (Datteln-Hamm Canal, 34.0 km)

P 10-01-07 Schmehausen (Datteln-Hamm Canal, 47.0 km)

P 10-03-01 Essen (Rhine-Herne, 16.0 km)

P 10-03-02 Coelln-Neuessen (Rhine-Herne, 17.0 km)

P 10-03-03-the Ruhr Oel (Rhine-Herne, 22.0 km)

P 10-03-04 Gelsenkirchen (Rhine-Herne, 24.0 km)

P 10-03-05 Wanne-Eickel (Rhine-Herne Canal, the 32.0 km)

P 10-05-01 Mülheim (Ruhr, 8.0 km)

P 10-07-01 Heilbronn (Neckar, 110.0 km)

P 10-07-02 in Stuttgart (Neckar, 186.0 km)

P 10-07-03 Plochingen (Neckar, 200.0 km)

P 10-09-01 Huningue (Rhine, 168.4 km)

P 10-09-02 Rheinhäfen beider Basel (Rhine, 159.38-169.95 km)

P 10-04-01 Seřte (Channel Rh ^ one-Seřte, 96.0 km)

P 10-06-01 Fos (Gulf of Fos, the maritime section)

P 11-01 IJmond (Channel Noordzee, 4.7 km)

P 11-02 Zaanstad (Zaan, 1.4 km)

P 11-03 Amsterdam (Channel Noordzee, 20.6 km)

P 11-04 Utrecht (Amsterdam-Rhine Canal, 35.0 km)

P 11-01-01 Zaandam (Zaan, 2.0 km)

P 12-01 Nijmegen (Waal, 884.6 km)

P 12-02 Arnhem (Nederrijn, 885.8 km)

P 12-03 Zwolle (IJssel, 980.7 km)

P 12-02-01 Meppel (Meppelerdiep, 10.5 km)

P 13-01 Emsland (channel of the Dortmund-Ems, 151.0 km)

P 13-02 Münster (Dortmund-Ems Canal, 68.0 km)

P 13-03 Dortmund (Dortmund-Ems Canal, 1.0 km)

P 14-01 Bremerhaven (Weser, 66-68 km)

P 14-02 Nordenham (Weser, 54-64 km)

P 14-03 Brake (Weser, 41.0 km)

P 14-04 Bremen (Weser, 4.0-8.0 km)

P 15-01 Lelystad (Amsterdam)

P 15-02 Lemmer (Channel Pr Margariet, 90.5 km)

P 15-03 Groningen (Channel Starkenborgh, 7.0 km)

P 15-04 Emden (Ems, 41.0 km)

P 15-05 Leer (Ems, 14.0 km)

P 15-06 Oldenburg (Hunt, 0.0-5.0 km)

P 15-01-01 Leenwarden (Channel Haringsma, 23.7 km)

P 20-01 Cuxhaven (Elbe 724.0 km) ^ 1)

P 20-02 the Brunsbüttel (Elbehafen, 693.0 km) ^ 1)

P 20-03 Bützfleet (Elbe, 668.0 km) 1)

P 20-04 Hamburg (Elbe, 618.0-639.0 km) ^ 1)

P 20-05 Lauenburg (Elbe, 568.0 km) 1)

P 20-06 Tangermünde (Elbe, 388.0 km) 1)

P 20-07 Kieswerk Rogätz (Elbe 354.0 km) ^ 1)

P 20-08 Magdeburger Häfen (Elbe, 330.0 and 333.0 km) ^ 1)

P 20-09 Schönebeck (Elbe 315.0 km) ^ 1)

P 20-10 Aken (Elbe 277.0 km) ^ 1)

P 20-11 Torgau (Elbe, 154.0 km) ^ 1)

P 20-12 Kieswerk Mühlberg (Elbe, 125.0 km) ^ 1)

P 20-13 Riesa (Elbe, 109.0 km) ^ 1)

P 20-14 in Dresden (Elbe, 57 and 61 km) ^ 1)

P 20-15 Děčín (Elbe, 98.2 and 94.2 km) ^ 1)

P 20-16, Ústí nad Labem (Elbe, 75.3 and 72.5 km) ^ 1)

P 20-17 Melnik (Elbe, 3.0 km) ^ 1)

P 20-04-01 Halle-Trotha (Saale, 86.0 km)

P 20-06-01 Prague (Vltava, 46.5 and 55.5 km)

P 21-01 Lübeck (Trave, 2.0-8.0 km)

P 30-01 Swinoujscie (Baltic Sea-mouth Oder)

P 30-02 Szczecin (Odra, 741.0 km)

P 30-03 Kostrzyn (Odra, 617.0 km)

P 30-04 Wroclaw (Odra, 255.0 km)

P 30-05 Kozle (Odra, 96.0 km)

P 30-01-01 Gliwice (Gliwický channel, 41.0 km)

P 40-01 Gdansk (Baltic Sea-the mouth of the Vistula River)

P 40-02 Bydgoszcz (Vistula, Brda, 772.3 km and 2.0 km)

P 40-03 Warszawa (Wisła, 520.0 km and Zeran Canal, 2.0 km)

P 40-04 Chernigov (Dnieper, 1070.0 km)

P 40-05 Kiev (Dnieper, 856.0 km)

P 40-06 Cherkasy (Dnieper, 653.0 km)

P 40-07 Kremenčuk (Dnieper, 541.0 km)

P 40-08 Dněprodzeržinsk (Dnieper, 429.0 km)

P 40-09 Dnipropetrovsk (Dnieper, 393.0 km)

P 40-10 Zaporizhzhya (Dnieper, 308.0 km)

P 40-11 New Kakhovka (Dnieper, 96.0 km)

P 40-12, Kherson (Dnieper, 28.0 km)

P 40-02-01 Nikolajev (Southern Bug, 95.0 km)

P 41-01 river port of Klaipeda (Kuršský Bay)

P 41-02 Neringa (Kuršský Bay)

P 41-03 Jurbarkas (Něman, 126.0 km)

P 41-04 Kaunas (Něman, 219.0 km)

P 50-01, St. Petersburg sea port (the Neva, 1397.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-02, St. Petersburg river port (Neva, 1385.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-03 Podporoží (Volho-Baltická water way, 1003.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-04 Cherepovets (Volho-Baltická water way, 540.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-05 Yaroslavl (Volga, 520.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-06 Lower Novgorod (Volga, 907.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-07 Kazan (Volga, 1313.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-08 Ulyanovsk (Volga, 1441.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-09 Samara (Volga, 1746.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-10 in Saratov (Volga, 2175.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-11 Volgograd (Volga, 2560.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-12 Astrakhan (Volga, 3051.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-02-01 Northern port of Moscow (the Moscow channel, 42.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-02-02 Moscow Western Harbour (the Moscow channel, the 32.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-02-03 Southern port Moscow (the Moscow channel, 0.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-02-02-01 Tver (Volga, 279.0 km) ^ 2)

P 50-01-01 Perm (Kama, 2269.0 km) ^ 2)

P 60-01 Scheveningen (North Sea)

P 60-02 Den Helder (North Sea)

P 60-03 Brunsbüttel (Kiel Canal, 2.0-5.0 km)

P 60-04 Rendsburg (Kiel Canal, 62.0 km)

P 60-05 Kiel (Kiel Canal, 96.0 km)

P 60-06 Flensburg

P 60-07 Wismar

P 60-08 Rostock

P 60-09 Stralsund

P 60-10 Greifswald

P 60-11 Sventoji (Baltic Sea)

P 60-12 Vyborg (Vyborg Gulf)

P 60-13 Petrozavodsk (Lake Onega, 1009.0 km) ^ 2)

P 60-14, Arkhangelsk sea port (the estuary of the Northern Dvina River)

P 60-15 Arkhangelsk, river port (the estuary of the Northern Dvina River)

P 60-02-01 Sevilla (Guadalquivir, 80.0 km)

P 60-04-01 Douro (Douro, 5.0 km)

P 60-04-02 Sandoura (Douro, 49.0 km)

P 60-04-03 Régua-Lamego (Douro, 101.0 km)

P-06-01 60 Bordeaux (Gironde and the Garonne, 359.0 km)

P 60-08-01 Nantes (Loire, 645.0 km)

P 60-10-01 Harlingen (Waddenzee)

P 60-12-01 Delfzijl (Waddenzee)

P 60-11-01 Mustola (39.0 km from the mouth of the Saimenského channel)
P 60-11-02 Kaukas (52.0 km from the mouth of the Saimenského channel)

P 60-11-03 Rapasaari (52.0 km from the mouth of the Saimenského channel)

P 60-11-04 Joutseno (67.0 km from the mouth of the Saimenského channel)

P 60-11-05 the Vuoksi (85.0 km from the mouth of the Saimenského channel)

P 60-11-06 Varkaus (port of Taipale, 270.0 km from the mouth of the Saimenského channel)

P 60-11-07 Varkaus (port Kosulanniemi * Saimenského 270.0 km from the mouth of the channel)

P 60-11-08 Varkaus (port Akonniemi *, Saimenského 270.0 km from the mouth of the channel)

P 60-11-09 Kuopio (352.0 km from the mouth of the Saimenského channel)

P 60-11-02-01 Puhos (311.0 km from the mouth of the Saimenského channel)

P 60-11-02-02 Joensuu (346.0 km from the mouth of the Saimenského channel)

P 61-01 Anklam (Peene, 95.0 km)

P 70-01 Wegeningen (lower Rhine, 903.2 km)

P 70-02 Enchede (Channel Twente, 49.8 km)

P 70-03 Ibbenburen (Mediterranean channel, 5.0 km)

P 70-04 Minden (Mediterranean channel, 100.0-104.0 km)

P 70-05 Hannover (Mediterranean channel 155.0-159.0 km)

P 70-06 Mehrum (Mediterranean channel, 194.0 km)

P 70-07 Braunschweig (Mediterranean channel 220.0 km)

P 70-08 Braunschweig/Thune (Mediterranean channel 223.0 km)

P 70-09 Haldensleben (Mediterranean channel, 301.0 km)

P 70-10 Niegripp (Elbe-Havela, 330.0 km)

P 70-11 Brandenburg (the upper waterway, Havela 60.0 km)

P 70-12 Brandenburg (the upper waterway, Havela 57.0 km)

P 70-13 Construction Deetz (water way, Upper Havela 40.0 km)

P 70-14 Spandau South Harbour (water way Top Havela, 2.0 km)

P 70-15 Elblag (Vistula Bay)

P 70-16 Kaliningrad sea port (Pregolia, 8.0 km)

P 70-17 river port of Kaliningrad (Pregolia, 9.0 km)

P 70-01-01 Gouda (Hollandsche IJssel, 1.4 km)

P-03-70 01 Hengelo (Twente Canal, 45.1 km)

P 70-03-02 Almelo (Channel Zij, 17.6 km)

P 70-02-01 Osnabrück (Channel Stich, 13.0 km)

P-04-01 Hannover-Linden (Channel Stich, 11.0 km)

P 70-06-01 Hildesheim (Channel Stich, 15.0 km)

P 70-08-01 Salzgitter (Channel Stich, 15.0 km)

P 70-10-01 Complex for handling goods (Shoulder Spree, 0.0 km)

P 70-10-02 Nonnendamm (Spree, 2.0 km)

P 70-10-03 Power Reuter (Spree, 3.0 km)

P 70-10-04 power station Charlottenburg (Spree, 8.0 km)

P 70-10-05 Berlin Western Harbour (Westhafen Canal, 3.0 km)

P 70-10-06 Berlin Eastern Harbour (Spree, 21.0 km)

P 70-10-07 thermal power station Klingenberg (Spree, 25.0 km)

P 70-12-01 Power Moabit (Canal Berlin-Spandauer, 9.0 km)

P 71-01 Docks on the Canal Teltow (Teltow Channel, 31.0-34.0 km)

P 71-02 Dock Oberschöneweide (water way Oder-Spree, 28.0-29.0 km)

P 71-03 Eko Eisenhüttenstadt (water way Oder-Spree, 122.0 km)

P 71-04 Eisenhüttenstadt (water way Oder-Spree, 124.0 km)

P 71-02-01 Potsdam (Potsdamer Havel, 3.0 km)

P 71-06-01 Niederlehme (waterway Dahme, 8.0 km)

P 71-06-02 Königs Wusterhausen (waterway Dahme, 8.0 km)

P 80-01 Le Havre (Le Havre-Channel Trancarville, 20.0 km)

P 80-02 Rouen (Séna, 242.0 km)

P 80-03 Conflans (Séna, 239.0 km)

P 80-04 Frouard (Moselle, 346.5 km)

P 80-05 Metz (Moselle, 297.0-294.0 km)

P 80-06 Mondelange-Richemont (Moselle, 279.5-277.9 km)

P 80-07-Illange Thionville (Moselle, 271.9-270.1 km)

P 80-07 Mertert (Moselle, 208.0 km)

P 80-09 Trier (Mosel, 184.0 km)

P 80-10 Bingen (Rhine, 527.0 km)

P 80-11, Wiesbaden (Rhine, 500.0 km)

P 80-12 Mainz (Rhine, 500.0 km)

P 80-13 Flörsheim (main, 9.0 km)

P 80-14 Raunheim (main, 14.0 km)

P 80-15 Hattersheim (main, 17.0 km)

P 80-16, Frankfurt am Main (main, 19.0 km)

P 80-17 Frankfurt (main, 22.0-29.0 km)

P 80-18 Frankfurt (main, 31.0-37.0 km)

P 80-19 Offenbach (main, 40.0 km)

P 80-20 of Hanau (main-56.0-60.0 km)

P 80-21 Grosskrotzenburg (main, 62.0 km)

P 80-22 Stockstadt (main, 82.0 km)

P 80-23, Aschaffenburg (the main, 83.0 km)

P 80-24 Triefenstein (main, 173.0 km)

P 80-25 Karlstadt (main, 227.0 km)

P 80-26 Wuerzburg (main, 246.0-251.0 km)

P 80-27 Schweinfurt (main, 330.0 km)

P 80-28 Bamberg (Main-Danube Channel, 3.0 km)

P 80-29 Erlangen (Main-Danube Channel, 46.0 km)

P 80-30 Nürnberg (Main-Danube Channel, 72.0 km)

P 80-31, Regensburg (Danube, 2370.0-2378.0 km)

P 80-32 Deggendorf (Danube, 2281.0-2284.0 km)

P 80-33 Linz (Danube, 2128.2-2130.6 km)

P 80-34 Linz-Vöest (Danube, 2127.2 km)

P 80-Enns-Ennsdorf 35 (Danube, 2111.8 km)

P 80-36 Krems (Danube, 2001.5 km)

P 80-37 Vienna (Danube, 1916.8-1920.2 km)

P 80-38 Bratislava (Danube, 1867.0 km)

P 80-39 Györ-Gönyu (Danube, 1807.0 km)

P 80-40 Komárno (Danube, 1767.1 km)

P 80-41 Štúrovo (Danube, 1722.0 km)

P 80-42 Budapest (Danube, 1640.0 km)

P 80-43 Százhalombatta (Danube, 1618.7 km)

P 80-44 Dunaujvaros (Danube, 1579.0 km)

P 80-45 Dunaföldvár (Danube, 1563.0 km)

P 80-46 Baja (Danube, 1480.0 km)

P 80-47 Vukovar (Danube, 1333.1 km)

P 80-48 Beograd (Danube, 1170.0 km)

P 80-49 Smederevo (Danube, 1116.3 km)

P 80-50 Orsova (Danube, 954.0 km)

P 80-51 Turnu Severin (Danube, 931.0 km)

P 80-52 Prahovo (Danube, 861.0 km)

P 80-53 Lom (Danube, 743.0 km)

P 80-54 Turnu Magurele (Danube, 597.0 km)

P 80-55 Svistov (Danube, 554.0 km)

P 80-56 of Ruse (Danube, 495.0 km)

P 80-57 Giurgiu (Danube, 493.0 km)

P 80-58 Oltenica (Danube, 430.0 km)

P 80-59 Calarasi (Danube, 370.0 km)

P 80-60 Braila (Danube, 172.0-168.5 km)

P 80-61 Galac (Danube, 150.0 km)

P 80-62 Giurgiulesti (Danube, 133.0 km) ^ 3)

P 80-63 Reni (Danube, 128.0 km)

P 80-64 Tulcea (Danube, 73.5-70.0 km)

P 80-04-01, the autonomous port of Paris:

Gennevilliers (; 194.7 Séna km),

Bonneuil-Vigneux (Séna, 169.7 km),

Evry (Séna, 137.8 km),

Melun (Séna, 110.0 km),

Limay-Porcheville (109.0 Séna, km),

Montereau (Séna, 67.4 km),

Nantere (Séna, 39.4 km),

Bruyeřres-sur-Oise (Oise, 96.9 km),

St. Ouen-ľAum ^ one (Oise, 119.2 km),

Lagny (Marne, 149.8 km)

P 80-06-01 Dillingen (Saar, 59.0 km)

P 80-08-01 Osijek (Drava, 14.0 km)

P 80-01-01 Szeged (Tisza, 170.0 km)

P 80-14-01 Cernavoda (Danube-Black Sea, 0.0 km)

P 80-14-02 Medgidia (Danube-Black Sea, 27.5 km)

P 80-14-03 Constanta (Danube-Black Sea Channel, 64.0 km)

P 80-09-01 Izmail (Danube-Kilijské shoulder, 93.0 km)

P 80-09-02, Kilia (Danube-Kilijské shoulder, 47.0 km)

P 80-09-03 Ust-Dunajsk (Danube-Kilijské shoulder, 1.0 km)

P 90-01 Taganrog (Taganrožský Bay)

P 90-02 Jejsk (Taganrožský Bay)

P 90-03 Azov (Don, 3168.0 km) ^ 2)

P 90-04 Rostov (Don, 3134.0 km) ^ 2)

P 90-05 Ust-Donetsk (Don, 2997.0 km) ^ 2)

P 90-03-01 Belgorod Dněstrovskij (the mouth of the Dniester)

P 90-03-02 Benders (the Dniester, 228.0 km)

P 91-01 Milan Terminale (Milan Channel-Fall, 0.0 km) ^ 4)

P 91-02 Ship (Milan Channel-Fall, 20.0 km from Milan Terminale) ^ 4)

P 91-03-Pizzighettone (Milan Channel-Fall, 40.0 km from Milan Terminale)

P 91-04 Cremona (Fall, 55.0 km from Milan Terminale)

P 91-05 Emília Centrale (Fall, 145.0 km from Milan Terminale) ^ 4)

P 91-06 Ferrara (Fall, 200.0 km from Milan Terminale)

P 91-07 Adria (lateral water way Veneta, 265.0 km from Milan Terminale)

P 91-08 Chioggia (lateral water way Veneta, 285.0 km from Milan Terminale)

P 91-09 Marghera (lateral water way Veneta, 300.0 km from Milan Terminale)

P 91-10 Nogaro (lateral water way Veneta, 355.0 km from Milan Terminale)

P 91-11 Monfalcone (lateral water way Veneta, 410.0 km from Milan Terminale)

P 91-12, Trieste (Adriatic Sea)

P 91-02-01 Piacenza (Fall, 35.0 km from Conca di Cremona)

P 91-02-02 Pavia (Ticino, 98.0 km from Conca di Cremona)

P 91-02-03 Casale Monferrato (Fall, 183.0 km from Conca di Cremona)

P 91-04-01 Garibaldi (Ferrara waterway, 80.0 km from Ferrara)

P 91-06-01 Porto Tolle (a big Fall, 260.0 km from Milan Terminale)

P 91-01-01 Mantova (Fissero-Tartaro waterway-Canalbianco, 0.0 km)

P 91-01-02 Ostiglia (Fissero-Tartaro waterway-Canalbianco, 30.0 km) ^ 4)

P 91-01-03 Legnago (Fissero-Tartaro waterway-Canalbianco, 65.0 km) ^ 4)

P 91-01-04 Rovigo (Fissero-Tartaro waterway-Canalbianco, 140.0 km) ^ 4)

P 91-01-05 the Conca di Volta Grimana (Fissero-Tartaro waterway-Canalbianco, 170.0 km) 4)



URPříl.III



TECHNICAL AND OPERATING PARAMETERS OF INLAND WATERWAYS

INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE



(a)



Technical parameters of the E waterway



The main technical parameters of waterways (E) in principle, correspond to the

the classification of European inland waterways referred to in table

1.



For the classification of the various waterways (E) apply the parameters of classes IV-VII

in accordance with the following principles:



(i) the Class a water path Specifies the horizontal dimensions of the ship with its own

cars, boats, and pusher reports and especially the main standard

dimension, which is their width or maximum transverse dimension.



(ii) only waterways that correspond to at least the basic

requirements of class IV (minimum dimensions of vessels 85 m x 9.5 m), may

to be considered as E waterways. limitation of the dive (less than 2.5 m) and

the minimum height of the podjezdná bridges (less than 5.25 m) are admissible as

the only exception in relation to existing waterways.



(iii) in the modernization of waterways of class IV (and also small

the regional waterways), it is recommended to follow the parameters of at least

class Va.



(iv) the new waterway E must correspond at least to the parameters class

VB. In this context, it is necessary to ensure the patency of vessels with a draught

at least 2.8 m.



(v) the modernisation of existing waterways and in the construction of new

the waterways must always follow the higher values of the dimensions of the vessels

or reports.
(vi) To increase the efficiency of container transportation is necessary to ensure

maximum possible clearance height of bridges in accordance with note 4 to the

table 1. ^ 5)



(vii) the inland waterways, after which they will be expected to

carry out intensive transport of containers and semi-trailers (Ro-Ro) system,

must be at least the conditions of class Vb. With regard to the future development of the

the dimensions of the containers and the easy transport of semi-trailers may also take into account the

the increase of 7-10% of the width 11.40 m vessels for shipping only after

inland waterways of class Va and higher classes.



(viii) on waterways with volatile deep water value

recommended dive applies to dive, exceeded an average of 240 days in

year (or for 60% of the navigation period). Where it is possible and

economically justified, it is necessary to ensure that the value of the recommended podjezdné

the height of bridges (5.25, 7.00 or 9.10 m) at the highest shipping status.



(ix) the same parameters of the class, draught and height of bridges is to be podjezdné

ensure that the entire water path, or at least its important

sufficiently long sections.



(x) according to the option, you must ensure that the parameters of the adjacent

inland waterways were identical or analogous.



(xi) a maximum draught (4.50 m) and minimum clearances of bridges (9.10

m) it is necessary to ensure that all sections of the network, which are directly linked to the

the coastal route.



(xii) the minimum height 7.00 m podjezdná bridges must be ensured at

waterways, which connect important sea ports with

the hinterland and which can be successfully used for container

transport and the transport of "river-sea".



(xiii) the coastal routes listed in the abovementioned annex I provide

the integrity of the entire network of European inland waterways (E) and

It is anticipated their use within the meaning of this agreement for cruise ships

Type "river-sea", which should, if possible, and

economically appropriate, comply with the requirements for motor cargo ships

suitable for navigation on inland waterways of class Va and VIb.



In order to ensure the applicability of the waterways for container transport

water way to comply with the following minimum requirements:



-inland waterway vessels with a width of 11.40 m and a length of about 110 m

to enable the transport of containers in three or more layers, one above the other;

-



otherwise, it must be possible to cruise on the maximum compression reports

185 m in length with the fact that these reports must allow the transport of containers in the

two layers, one above the other.



Notes to table 1



1) First value according to the current situation, the second taking into account the

future changes and, in some cases, even the current situation.



2) with regard to a safe distance, which is about 30 cm between

the upper point of the construction of the ship or its cargo, and the lower edge of the

the bridge structure.



3) taking into account the expected future development of transportation of semi-trailers,

container shipments and shipments of "river-sea".



4) For transport of containers, the following values are accepted:



5.25 m-for ships carrying containers in two layers,



7.00 m-for ships carrying containers in three layers,



9.10 m-for ships carrying containers in four layers,



50% of the containers may be empty, otherwise, it is necessary to ship

balastovat.



5) some of the existing waterways can be inserted into the IV. class

as a result of the maximum length of the vessel and ship reports, even if

their maximum width is 11.40 m and a maximum draught of 4.00 m.



6) Indication of draught for a particular water path must be designed taking into account

to local conditions.



7) on some sections of waterways. class can be used

the report, with a larger number of boats. In this case, the horizontal

the dimensions exceed the values given in the table.



(b)



The operating parameters of the E waterway



To ensure reliable international transport from waterways (E)

These paths correspond to the following main operating parameters:



(i) the cruise must be ensured throughout the navigation period, with

the exception of the breaks mentioned below.



(ii) the length of the sailing period may be shorter than 365 days in areas with

adverse climatic conditions, when it is not possible in winter

to ensure navigational path free from the ice, and when is it necessary to

the interruption of the voyage. In these cases, the data must be the beginning and the end

This interruption of a fixed period. The length of the cruise breaks

conditional such natural influences, such as zámraza, high water

stocks, etc., must be minimized with the help of the relevant technical and

organizational measures.



(iii) the length of breaks in the navigation period, during the navigation required

for regular technical maintenance of locks and other

of the device, must be kept to a minimum. Users

the waterways on which it is planned to perform work connected with the

technical maintenance must be informed about the terms and length of the

the anticipated sailing breaks. In the event of unexpected failures

Hydromechanical locks and other objects or in other

cases caused by force majeure shall be the length of the breaks in the maximum

to the extent limited by the adoption of the necessary measures to remedy the situation.



(iv) Any break in period of low water is permitted. While

reasonable restrictions on allowable values admits dives on waterways

with changing water conditions. Yet it should be during the entire period of the

to ensure as a minimum draught 1.20 m, and the value of the recommended or

the usual draught must be ensured or be higher during 240 days in

the year. In the areas referred to above in podbodě (ii) must be a minimum

draught 1.20 m secured in the length of 60% of the average of the sailing period.



(in) the opening hours of locks, movable bridges and other facilities

the infrastructure must be such as to ensure that, in the case of the economic

the effectiveness of the continuous navigation for 24 hours on working days. In each of the

cases may allow exemptions from the organizational and/or

technical reasons. A reasonable time is traffic must also be

ensure that public holidays and days off.



(c)



Technical and operational characteristics of the ports (E)



Network of waterways (E) includes a system of inland ports

of international importance. Each port E must conform to the following

technical and operational criteria:



(i) must be located on the fairway of the E.



(ii) shall enable the handling of ships, or pusher reports, used to

This E waterway in accordance with her class.



(iii) Must be connected to the main road and railway line (it is

desirable that belonged to a network of international roads and railway lines

referred to in the European Agreement on main international roads

operation (AGR), the European Agreement on main international railway

magistrálách (AGC) and the European Agreement on the most important routes

international combined transport and related objects (AGTC).



(iv) the total capacity must be at least 0.5 million. t of goods a year.



(v) Shall offer appropriate conditions for the development of the port industry

zone.



(vi) must ensure the handling of standardized containers (with

the exception ports, specialising in the handling of bulk

goods).



(vii) must be equipped with all the facilities, needed for the implementation of the

the usual operations in the framework of international transport.



(viii) in order to ensure the protection of the environment must be in

ports of international importance located equipment for the reception of waste,

that arise on board vessels.



INLAND WATERWAYS OF INTERNATIONAL IMPORTANCE



In a subsequent note referred to inland waterways are listed in

accordance with Annex I of the European Agreement on main inland waterways

the roads of international importance (AGN) of 19. January 1, 1996.



These maps are not part of the AGN Agreement and involve only the

the documentary point of view geographic illustration E waterway network.



The designation used in the note do not mean the communication parties

the Secretariat of the United Nations of any views regarding the

the legal status of a country, territory, city or area, or of their Governments

or changes to their boundaries.



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*) Sections of waterways (E), which currently do not exist, but that

are included in relevant infrastructure development programmes, are

listed in parentheses (...).



1)



Distance to ports on the river Elbe shall be indicated as follows:



-in Germany from the Czech-German border,



-in the Czech Republic from the confluence of the rivers Labe and Vltava in Mělník.



2) distance from Moscow to the southern port.



3) construction is planned.



4) under construction or planned.



5) If the proportion of empty containers on each vessel exceeds 50

%, it is necessary to consider the question of ensuring higher values of minimum podjezdné

the height of bridges than that which is set out in note 4 to table 1.