Neutral zone (territorial entity)

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The neutral zone separating the Spanish town of Ceuta from Morocco

A neutral zone is a delimited zone bordering at least one of the states that has agreed to set up a neutral territory. This has occurred in the past and/or present for:

In many cases, a neutral zone is also a demilitarized zone.

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