Jamaica has confirmed its position at the heart of international maritime legislature after being re-elected to Category C
of the Council of the IMO. Jamaica was re-elected during the 31st session of the IMO Assembly held at the IMO headquarters
in London to serve another two-year term until 2021. The Minister of Transport and Mining, Robert Montague, was elated at
this achievement and said: “At the IMO Assembly you are on the world stage with all the maritime powers. It is indeed remarkable
and indicative of the level of respect accorded to Jamaica as a maritime state that our peers have recognised our contribution
and re-elected us to serve on this august body.”
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