Denmark, Norway and Sweden haven't submitted ballast water data to the IMO

None of the three Scandinavian countries have submitted their experiences with tightened ballast water regulation to the IMO even though only month is left until the deadline, inform authorities from each country to ShippingWatch. It hasn't been a priority, reads one of the responses.

Photo: Finn Frandsen/Ritzau Scanpix

Scandinavian countries usually rank among the top international profiles in environmental and climate matters.

But Denmark, Norway and Sweden are all conspicuously absent when it comes to contributing to the necessary experience building in the IMO on the tightened rules related to ballast water discharges from vessels.

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