India re-elected to International Maritime Organisation Council

Posted on:02 Dec 2017 11:37:57
India re-elected to International Maritime Organisation Council
02 December 2017 Current Affairs: India re-elected to the Council of the International Maritime Organisation under a category that represents nations with the largest interests in international seaborne trade.

He had assured the organisation during his UK visit that India would rededicate itself with a renewed commitment towards the development of the objectives of IMO if re-elected, and leverage the opportunity for the accelerated and sustained growth of the global maritime community.

It has been one of the earliest members of the IMO, having ratified its convention and joined it as a member-state in the year 1959. India has been elected to the Council of the IMO ever since it started functioning, except for a two-year hiatus during 1983-1984.
India re-elected to the Council of the International Maritime Organisation under a category that represents nations with the largest interests in international seaborne trade.

He had assured the organisation during his UK visit that India would rededicate itself with a renewed commitment towards the development of the objectives of IMO if re-elected, and leverage the opportunity for the accelerated and sustained growth of the global maritime community.

It has been one of the earliest members of the IMO, having ratified its convention and joined it as a member-state in the year 1959. India has been elected to the Council of the IMO ever since it started functioning, except for a two-year hiatus during 1983-1984.

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