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عقد مجلس إدارة الهيئة الاتحادية للمواصلات البرية والبحرية اجتماعه الثاني لهذا العام برئاسة الدكتور عبدالله بن محمد بلحيف النعيمي وزير تطوير البنية التحتية ورئيس مجلس إدارة الهيئة في مقر وزارة تطوير البنية التحتية في أبوظبي بحضور أعضاء مجلس الإدارة.

The Russian Federation (RF) innovative project with the participation of the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS) has been presented in the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

IMO MEPC 71 tentatively accepted an amended implementation scheme for ships to comply with the D-2 biological standard under the Ballast Water Management Convention, according to an Interim Brief  provided by ABS. The scheme, if approved by the Committee on July 7th, will be circulated to Member States for adoption at the next MEPC in April 2018.

Delegates at the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee 71, due to gather in London during the first week of July, may well have the last chance to ensure that the long-delayed Ballast Water Convention is implemented, as intended, in an orderly fashion when ships undergo their special surveys, once every five years.

أوضح معالي عبدالله بلحيف النعيمي وزير تطوير البنية التحتية رئيس مجلس إدارة الهيئة الاتحادية للمواصلات البرية والبحرية، أن ملف ترشيح الإمارات لعضوية المجلس التنفيذي في المنظمة البحرية الدولية، سيصبح جاهزاً لتقديمه لوزارة الخارجية خلال الأيام المقبلة، وذلك استعداداً للانتخابات المفترض إعلان نتائجها خلال سبتمبر المقبل.

The GMN maritime technology project, run by International Maritime Organization (IMO) and funded by the European Union, has issued a call for expressions of interest from individuals within specified organizations to become members of the GMN Project’s Global Stakeholder Committee (GSC).

قدّمت قطر، يوم أمس الاثنين، شكوى ضد الإمارات والسعودية والبحرين هاجمتهم فيها واتهمتهم بشن حملة دعائية تهدف لتشويه صورتها وسمعتها، للأمين العام للمنظمة البحرية الدولية، كيتال ليم.

The global shipping industry – as represented by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) – has urged its global regulator, the International Maritime Organization (IMO), to back a carefully crafted proposal, from a broad coalition of governments, concerning the implementation dates for installing complicated new ballast water treatment systems.

Following an initiative by the Norwegian Maritime Authority, among others, the UN’s maritime organisation IMO is now putting the issue of autonomous ships on the agenda. This emerged after the IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) considered a proposal from Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Japan, the Netherlands, South Korea, UK and the United States, during the 98th session of MSC, held in 7-16 June.

في إطار فاعليات لجنة السلامه البحريه في دورتها 98 المقامه بمقر المنظمه البحريه الدوليه ( IMO ) بلندن إلتقى اللواء بحري / خالد زهران – رئيس مجلس إدارة الهيئه المصريه لسلامة الملاحه البحريه (EAMS) ورئيس الوفد المصري يوم الإثنين الموافق 12/6/2016 الأمين العام للمنظمه البحريه الدوليه (IMO ) السيد / Kitack Lim بمكتبه .

IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) has launched meetings to discuss a wide array of rules targeting enhanced maritime safety, among them rules for safety regarding autonomous ships.

IMO outlines the key achievements of the GloBallast Partnerships Programme, executed by IMO in collaboration with the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

The deal – signed off in December 2015 by 195 countries – aims to limit global warming to well below 2C above pre industrial levels, a ceiling deemed dangerous by scientists. It’s important to note the White House decision does not directly impact climate talks at the International Maritime Organisation (IMO).

On the occasion of the Day of the Seafarer this year on June 25th, IMO has launched an online map dedicated to seafarers to celebrate their ‘unique contribution’.

INTERCARGO says there are significant problems with the implementation of the Ballast Water Management regulation that need to be resolved immediately, considering that the Convention will be effective in less than five months.

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