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From the Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Imia Rocks Maps


The first map is a color map of the area, showing where exactly the Imia rocks are.

The second map is an american map of the territory dated 1990. Following this map, there is a blow up of Imia, presenting clearly that the publisher registers Imia rocks belonging to Greece.

Source: US map no 54418 prepared and published by the Defence Mapping Agency, Washington D.C. Nov 1990, 3rd edition


HR-Net Note: Please note that Imia and Limnia are two different names used for the same islets.



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