Shipping associations put pressure on global leaders for safe crew changes

Associations ICS and ITF call on global G20 governments to act and find a solution to the many problems facing seafarers and maritime employers around the world created by the coronavirus outbreak.

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Leaders of the major G20 economies should find a solution as quickly as possible to the major problems related to crew changes on board the ships, say the International Chamber of Shipping, ICS, and International Transport Workers' Federation, ITF.

The two associations have sent a letter to the G20 governments.

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