Plea for IMO workload to be more ‘reasonable’
DELEGATIONS from some of the largest flag states have told the Marine Environment Protection Committee that the number of International Maritime Organization meetings and work items must be reduced if the organisation is to comply with an assembly resolution that decisions are made with the participation of all members, writes Neville Smith.
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