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India re-elected to International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Council

India re-elected to International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Council

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India re-elected to International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Council

India re-elected to IMO Council: India was re-elected to the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Council with the highest tally. The term of Council will be for the biennium 2024-25.

India's re-election falls under the Category of 10 states with "the largest interest in international seaborne trade", alongside Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

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India secured the large-scale support of the international community at the International Maritime Organisation for India to continue to serve the global maritime domain. The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) is the leading authority that regulates the maritime industry, which supports global trade, transportation, and all marine operations.

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Static Current Affairs related to the International Maritime Organisation Council for upcoming exams

  • Formation: 17 March 1948
  • Headquarters: London, United Kingdom
  • Secretary-General: Kitack Lim

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