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The first web2.0 spanish blog about Maritime Affairs. El primer blog web2.0 español sobre el sector marítimo.

ICS/ISF urge EU to stay international

LONDON 13 December – EU shipping will be more competitive if international rather than regional solutions are adopted, say the International Chamber of Shipping and International Shipping Federation in their joint response to the EU’s future maritime policy green paper. Although the two organisations welcome the document’s recognition of the importance of international regulation, there are concerns about proposals to increase the co-ordination of member states’ positions at IMO and ILO; and about proposed changes to UNCLOS, freedom of navigation within the Economic Exclusion Zone and the right of third-country ship operators to engage in trade between ports in EU member state. In addition, ICS and ISF call for greater emphasis on the sound environmental performance of shipping in comparison to other commercial transport modes “and the extent to which shipping is part of the solution rather than the problem with regard to concerns about global warming.” The ICS/ISF submission can be downloaded from www.marisec.org (click on ‘industry submissions’).

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