While the distance between the above-mentioned points was sufficient to give equal weight to the two coasts concerned, this was not the case for international estuaries and rivers or where the distance between coastal States was less than the maximum distance between the points along the baselines. In these cases, the baselines were further condensed. The maritime delimitation agreement between Greece and Egypt is available here (in Greek). This contribution provides context, comments on the text of the agreement and the implications of the agreement on the maritime boundary dispute between Greece and Turkey. . . .