Danish backing to a leaner and more efficient IMO

The Danish Maritime Agency as well as the Danish Shipowners’ Association support the plans from the IMO Secretary General to reform and slim down the organisation. The International Chamber of Shipping opposes the plans.

Danish shipping organisations widely supports a reform of IMO which will lead to less bureaucracy and thereby a likely increase in the efficiency of the UN organisation.

The proposal to slim down the organisation originates from the IMO Secretary General, Koji Sekimuzi, and may lead to a reduction in the number of subcommittees, shorter minutes and an increased use of working groups.

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