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In recent years the Persian Gulf water environment has been encountered with a remarkable phenomenon called “Red Tide”. This phenomenon, in the view of experts, has resulted in great damages to marine ecosystem and aquatics of the region. Yet, the legal aspect of the phenomenon has not been considered by the given experts. In this article, we analyze the international responsibility of the Persian Gulf coastal states in the light of international law provisions on the prevention, control and the reparation of environmental damages derived from the Red Tide. The presumption of the article is based on the customary and conventional international law system which governs the Persian Gulf environment and requiring the coastal states of the Persian Gulf to take required measures for prevention, control and the reparation of damages of these kinds.