Denmark open to IMO reforms

Denmark welcomes a reform proposal to increasing transparency and scrutinizing the shipping lobby's power in the IMO. However, the Danish Maritime Authority does not believe there is a general problem with some meetings being closed.

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Denmark welcomes a proposal to increase transparency and scrutinize the shipping lobby's power at the International Maritime Organization, IMO.

In November, IMO member states will discuss whether the organization does enough to include the public in the important work with regulating the shipping industry.

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