Election campaign for IMO top job begins

The number of coffee meetings between IMO officials will increase significantly ahead of July this year. The election campaign to become the next Secretary General for the UN's International Maritime Organization, IMO, has begun.
Photo: Søfartsstyrelsen
Photo: Søfartsstyrelsen
BY KATRINE GRØNVALD RAUN

The fight for the top job at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has now gotten underway for real, and officials backing the candidates are orchestrating the process through coffee meetings crisscrossing the 40 member states of the IMO's top body, the Council, which will pick the new head of the IMO.

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