Right of passage

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For the ritual marking of a transition to adulthood, see Rite of passage.

Right of passage, in international law, means (approximately) a country's right for its ships to pass through the territorial seas of foreign states and straits used for international navigation.[1]


  1. ^ Florian H. Th. Wegelein (February 1999). "Innocent Passage". Seerecht.org.