IMO will hold virtual meetings until July

In the second week of July, IMO will hold virtual meetings at which participants can exchange views on the proposals that are on the table on the short term, but no decisions will be made.

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The IMO now says it will hold a series of virtual meetings in order to keep its climate work going.

From July 6 to 10, member states, NGOs and other stakeholders can meet virtually to discuss the climate proposals that have for many months been available but which have yet to be discussed by the UN's International Maritime Organization.

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