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The sunken wreckage of the Titanic will be protected under a new treaty agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom.
For more than 100 years after the ill-fated ship sank to the bottom of the sea, when it hit an iceberg, with the formal agreement provides for the management and implementation of one of the world’s most important cultural sites.
“This important agreement with the United States of america for the preservation of the wreck, and this means that you will be treated with sensitivity and respect has to be paid to the final resting place of more than 1,500 lives,” said the Uk’s Maritime Minister, Nusrat Ghani, in a statement announcing the news Tuesday. “The united kingdom will work closely together with the other North Atlantic States, in order to have more protection on the wreckage of the Titanic.”
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The Titanic hit an iceberg at 11:40 a.m., the ship on 14th April 1912 and sank on its maiden voyage of just over two hours later, with the loss of all things, but 706 of the 2,223 people on board, according to a Senate report to be released at the time. The Titanic, the incident had led to the establishment of the SOLAS (Safety of Lives at Sea) Convention of 1914, which set the minimum security standards that ships are required to meet the world.
“I am pleased that we are taking steps to protect the Titanic, which played such a famous part of Belfast is proud of its maritime history, the Secretary of state for Northern Ireland, Rt Hon Julian Smith, MP, said in a statement. “People come from all over the world at the Titanic Belfast visitor center, as well as the new measures are very much symbolic of its role in the city’s growing tourism industry.”
The wreck, which has attracted international attention since it was first discovered in 1985, is also attracted to carrion, and the others who are not respectful of the site, which is located about 12,500 feet below the surface, approximately 350 nautical miles off the Canadian coast of Newfoundland and labrador.
Robert Ballard, who first discovered the wreck, and, for a time, attacked his own submarine, the operators of the cause of the damage to the deck when the ship lands, and the Brisbane Times.
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The Titanic leaving Southampton April 10, 1912.
(Photo by Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images
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The international agreement that has been negotiated since 1986, and was signed by the united kingdom in 2003, and has not been accepted by the united states in November of last year.
“This Agreement will strengthen the United States’ cooperation with the United Kingdom and the rest of the world is the preservation of the wreck site as an international maritime memorial to the men, women, and children, who were killed on board of the ship,” the State Department said in a statement at the time. “The RMS Titanic is one of the most important national and international historical, cultural, or scientific significance and for the benefit of the provision of protection.”
However, the new agreement will have to be tested to a US private company, is reportedly planning to cut open a section of the deckhouse roof to open up and retrieve the thousands of priceless items.
The survivors watch as the ship sank, as the ill-fated White Star liner, the Titanic plunges beneath the waves. Original Publication: Illustrated London News, 1912.
((Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images))
In the uk, it will not take a leading role in the united states, and France, in order to get them to ratify the agreement –, but the period of time from the sunken wreck.
Henrietta Mann, a researcher who co-discovered a new species of bacteria lurking in the “rusticles” that grows out of the wreckage, told the Brisbane Times that the boat may be only 30 years left before it disappears for good.
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